I saw a quilt in an old quilters newsletter magazine. It was designed by a quilt artist from Australia. I cannot remember the artist's name and I can't find the image of the quilt. After looking at that quilt I got the idea to make a quilt that represent me. I drew the design of the quilt in a notebook in May and last week I bought the fabric. Last night around 7pm I began working on the quilt and the next thing I knew it was 3:45am. I went to bed and basically spent the day working on the quilt. I sewed on all the beads and added the border. I am happy with the quilt, its not perfect and it's not going to win any awards but it tells my story. On the back of the quilt I wrote a little about myself. This was my first applique quilt and I like it. I've made lots of scraps quilts but this one is special to me and it's the first in a series I planning and my skills should improve with each one I make. And now for you enjoyment I present; Footsteps From Panama
Yesterday I met the fabulous Sheila and Rosie. Sheila and I met in Manhattan, NY and later on we went to Rosie's home for lunch. Rosie ...
This is my last skirt in the Carnival Of Skirts series. Enjoy.
The jacket is doneeeeeee . I spent a lot of time on this jacket and made a lot of mistakes and learned a lot. The most important lesson I...