This arrived in my mailbox last night and boy what a treat! A lovely over one version of the peacock from Christmas at Hawk Run, I knew it was coming just not when. I must say it was so worth the wait Thank you Darlene! Your finishing is perfect with the chenille trim I could do no better. He is hanging on the postal desk in a place of honor.
Quilt up date.
This is the kind of help I get when trying to finish a project. I think the quilt passed the kitty comfort test.
Kitty finally allowed me to finish the small quilt.
I made a mistake on the front and had to redo a couple of pieces so not to waste them I used them on the back to add some interest.
Oh I should have said I didn't make a mistake I just planed it that way right?
Our class teacher who I just love for all of her great pointers showed us a little pattern to make our quilt label with. It was paper piecing, which I had never even heard of, but oh what a fun technique to do.
I know many of you have heard that Nashville Market starts tomorrow. I am so lucky that I get to go I wish everyone had a chance to experience one. There are so many things to see, people to meet and fun just to be had. I'm not in a booth this year and in fact my new patterns will be coming out a little later, but I will be helping some in Little by Little's booth you know giving them breaks and such.
I did make a few things for Cynthia's booth. They are little pin cubes inspired by one in the Primitive Quilt Magazine, but I modified them for stitchers.
Cats, Roosters, A&E, Colonial Lady and Man, Little by Little, and a Hornbook.
I hope everyone likes them.
I will try and find a little some thing at market to share with you.
Have a great weekend.