I love red and green quilts, and this one in particular caught my eye. No hints about the way it's going to look other than that it is a four block quilt. I'm trying to use only my stash so fabrics will change as I run out of one and substitute another.
I haven't made much progress on anything lately I'm afraid. It has been a very busy time with work and travel to conferences in Hong Kong and Vancouver.
I had a great view of Hong Kong harbour from my window........lots of construction going on. It has grown so much since I was there last, maybe 10 years ago.
You will be pleased to know (or maybe not!) that I now have a computer at home again. This has been quite a saga so I won't bore you with the details.
Last weekend was spent in absolute sewing heaven, when I attended a workshop with Marg Sampson George, wonderfully hosted by Liz. It was just what I needed after spending quite some time subsisting on not much more than house chores and work chores.
This is a snippet of Marg's "Going, going, green" which is absolutely glorious and the quilt that I am making. Not enough to show you yet............sorry!
These two pictures are from an antique style quilt that Marg is doing. Just beautiful.
Marg has such a unique way of seeing fabric, I learned a lot from the workshop......so nice to be taken out of your comfort zone.
An added bonus for the weekend was that I got to spend some talking to Jean from Linen and Raspberry. I have eknown her for a long time, but it as just great to meet the real Jean.
Until next time,