This meandering is too small, too dense. It would take approximately FOREVER.
35 " square Christmas fabrics, made years ago using Anita Hallock's Fast Patch technique
This meandering is better - tho still small,
and this quilt is almost done - decided I need one more row of stitching inside the stars, and THEN it's done. I will say, however, that even an unfinished quilt can still serve to form the hint of a headboard.
Flowers in centers of stars free-motion quilted through traced freezer-paper pattern
cotton knit and linen/cotton blend
My new necklace is by yarnplayer - and is a turquoise donut wire-wrapped, beaded, and with tiny tatted flowers. It is amazing.
We had a family reunion today - third in two weeks - at the local park. My husband's side of the family got together. It was only in the 90's but the humidity was so bad that it was pretty miserable.
Many many years ago, I made a nightgown from a dark grey print knit. I love it, still wear it. Then, many years ago, I made a long-sleeve tee from the leftover fabric. This summer I finally used the last of the fabric to make this tee. The capris started life as a midi-length twill skirt that I couldn't wear.