Due to all of the rain lately, it has been really hard to get photos of quilts hanging flat. I usually do them outside on the washing line, but not lately. This morning however looked good, so we have been in and out with bundles of quilts that need flat(ish) pictures. It has been very tiring for some:
Although he wasn't actaully carrying or hanging anything, just 'supervising'!
Another bit of sunshine in the day was the arrival of my Stash Club fabrics from Amitie in Australia. Yeah!
I have already cut up some of the fabrics for an on going project, and am now deliberating over using the rest in the block pattern that was enclosed, or choosing my own selection to sew the block in. I think I am erring towards choosing my own. Although why I am even thinking about sewing a new block I do not know, it's not as though I don't have projects coming out of my ears at the moment!!!
The postman also brought my Moo order.
Some of you may know that I have templates for various classes that I teach and some, like the Kaleidoscope Hexagon, have a whole pattern booklet to go with them.
It takes me an age to get the booklet just as I would like, and until then I don't usually sell the templates outside of the classes. But I have now had some cards made that I can put in with the templates, that gives you a nice colour picture of what the template makes and brief description on back of the block size.
So we have the Bows and Arrows quilt (or Snowball, or Marbles, or one of about a dozen names this great pattern goes by!):
And the Rose Star Hexagon One Patch:
Look out for these as I will usually have them with me at shows and in classes. ( Or if you want to stock them in your shop, get in touch! Or you don't think you will see me, just email))
The school holidays are under way over here which means a bit less stitching time. I am preparing my Quilting- on-the-Go to be handy for the odd moments I can find to fit some stitches in. See what Henhouse had to say when she tried it out!
Hope to show you my Sunflower quilt next time!