……. just perfect for the first day of Spring. I didn't find much time for sewing today. I took the time to visit my Dr. and to tend to my hair which was much in need of a hair cut.
The quilt which I shared yesterday, the star one with the amazingly cute label has a pattern written by my friend Paula. I can only imagine that some of you would like to make it. If you do contact her @ firstname.lastname@example.org
I would certainly like to find the time to make this in civil war fabrics. However, this bright and perky combination is really cute as well as vibrant.
I wanted to share pictures from one of the vendors at Bryce, when I was there in Feb. for the retreat. This shop is in Brigham City, Utah. It is just off of I 15 traveling north towards Idaho. It is a darling small town and the shop is right on Main Street. You will not be disappointed if you take the time to visit. Aren't these blocks wonderful?
They are a block of the month which they are kitting. These were the first 4 blocks in Mrs. Miller's Apprentice.
Here are some of the other quilts displayed in their booth.
All of the quilts were quite wonderful!
I was especially drawn to this one. The fun thing about samplers is that each new block is a new project!
The choice of the border fabric really helps in defining this awesome quilt. I would have never considered the inner muslin border. It gave me something new to consider.
" I can't think of any better representation of beauty than someone who is unafraid to be herself." - Steve Tierney