First three rows of In the Meadow.
I was so pleased with my progress until I noticed I had forgotten the steps on the church in Row 3...argh!! I am contemplating some unsewing, but now that I see it all together...maybe not. I used a 28wt. Aurifil cotton to blanket stitch the barren trees in Row 3. Much quicker and easier than doing by hand!
Really enjoying A Rainbow Garden by Liberty Homestead. I am even giving the embroidery a go.
I used my Sashiko machine to quilt this UFO from a few years back.
It is a Carol Hopkins pattern, Grandpap's Cards.
This time I used a low contrast thread. Cannot wait to see what it looks like after a washing.
I had a request to show what the back looks like
and here is a close up of the front.
For those of you who expressed interest,
Kim Diehl's club can be found at the Fat Quarter Shop. Country Spools is also offering it, but you can pick which quilts you want to make.
Last year I designed a patriotic quilt that I submitted to several magazines. I was honored when Fons & Porter showed interest. I just learned my quilt will be featured in their May/June issue of Love of Quilting. I am grateful to Diane Tomlinson and her staff for selecting my quilt.
It is the first of the month, so time to make time for work on my blockhead projects.