This time last year I was here,
"Paris is always a good idea" said Audrey Hepburn in Sabrina. I agree.
I don't have any plans to go back, but am counting the days until I do.
For all you folks who have followed my blog for years, you are quite familiar with these red couches.
I think I've photographed over 100 of my quilts on these couches. Well they've found a new home, pictures of my quilts on the red couches are a thing of the past. The end of an era.
Next up for me?
I'm going to try another Australian pattern. I love all the patterns in this book, as you can see by the 9 tabs I've added. It's not Kathy Doughty's patterns that puzzle me, it's her use of fabric. Those Australian's are fearless when it comes to selecting and combining fabric. After finishing Playground and Gypsy Kisses I've now decided to try Super Nova.
This quilt finishes at 72" x 84". Here is what the author says about the background fabric, "The background black-and-white fabric is my favorite neutral for sustaining colorful fabrics." Neutral, are you kidding me, we have a different definition of neutral. I think I'm going to use Terra Australis by Emma Jean Jansen for my fabric and am still auditioning background fabric.
Kellie from Indiana won the Miss Rosie pattern giveaway and selected Crop Circles. If you make a Crop Circles or Freddy be sure to send me a picture or a link to your blog, I can hardly wait to see your finished quilts.
We have two more QCR finishes, check out Vicky/LA Quilter and Kristen/Meadowbrook in my Favorite Blogs list to see their quilts, which are amazing!
You are now up to date on my life! Hope all is well with yours.