The quilting marathon continues.
I am working on a quilt that's going to be featured in a magazine, so regrettably I can't show you more than a glimpse. I'm so frustrated as I'm dying to share it with you! (You can see another sneak peak here http://www.quiltcandygirl.blogspot.com/2012/11/a-sneak-peak.html )
Here it is, a week ago, ironed and ready for basting and quilting.
Progress has been a little slower than I would like, due to presents needing to be purchased and wrapped, in readiness for early Christmas celebrations this weekend before we go on our travels.
I have loved every minute of machine quilting this quilt; it's a big quilt with a gentile personality and with every stitch I feel it's a step closer to being complete.
Then I'm going to face a major problem. As you can see, my quilt features white. And my garden currently features rain. And mud. In large quantities. The sky is grey. I mean dark grey. Pretty much all the time. So it's not an ideal backdrop for a summer quilt. I am just going to have to get creative with this one indoors. Either that or pray for sunshine!
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