My calendar is reminding me that I had marked down Monday as post day
but that didn't happen!!
It's been a slow couple of weeks on the quilting side of things, all I have to show
from my time at the sewing machine are six more Lego blocks below
I'm enjoying stitching these and using up strips collected over the years.
I've spent time tidying up a few fabric baskets and drawers which were bugging me,
I had far more solids in my stash than I realised
and lots of reds in this one.
My older collection of Hoffman fabrics from years ago, plus a few other ranges,
are now in two drawers - see below.
I wasn't getting very far with trying to decide how to use these,
the Hoffman fabrics are delightful small florals.
Looking through patterns, both in books and purchased as pdfs
from online stores, I found three patterns which I thought
would work. One of them is London Fields by
Frankie and Ray.
Still a little undecided it happened that a post came up from
showing her London Fields quilt all finished and it's
a beauty - decision made! Do click on the link and visit.
A list of projects planned for next year is underway, some culling
will definitely be necessary here! I think I'll take on an RSC after
a few years of missing. There will also be a new AHIQ for the first
six months of 2021.
After a number of years tucked away in our shed I brought inside the house
a beautiful Indian cradle/cot (teak I think) bought years ago from a local
antique shop. I fell in love with it as soon as I saw it.
This treasure was brought back from India I was told by a
?army officer, who had been stationed there and left India
along with other Britains in the mid 1940's. Correct me if I have the
date wrong here.The iron rings for hanging the cradle are still in place.
I intend using it to store quilts in the bedroom. You can see it has been well used
if you go to a close up view.
A post from me always, or usually, closes with something from the garden,
today is no exception, so first up one of my canna lillies just opening.
Look no further for a quilt colour scheme, the greens,
shades of yellow, a little almost apricot splash and
a fine streak of lilac - beautiful!
My gladioli also has my ideas whirling around
and again we have yellows, a lovely bright green stem
and all that beautiful pink.
And that's it from me folks until next time.
Keep safe and well.
Note - thanks to Wanda for the tip below in her comment, never realised that the setting was on, just checked and wow, the image size is fantastic!