Vintage Fabric Giveaway
These are the movies and the music I have been enjoying of late.
I should mention that my parents don't own a computer (Really.) and my little brother and sister, Nicholas and Katie, catch my blog here and there.
(Nicholas once commented that reading my blog was like listening to Michael Mcdonald's voice. This is a compliment. Both Nic and I love the Dobbie Brothers.)
When I asked Oliver and Freya what they wanted from me this year they both answered "a quilt'.
It was necessary to work on their quilts while they were around the house.
Oliver and Freya helped with their quilts here and there.
Best yet is they saw the amount of work and love that goes into making something by hand.
Sometimes they forget.
Once or twice they each came up to me and thanked me for their quilts.
I love them.
(Freya and I shared the kitchen table this morning.)
Today I made my niece Teah a tie-quilt.
Teah is big sister to Kai and she will be three in May.
She is very darling and has an iron will.
In October I participated in a Button Swap. (You can link to it from my profile page.)
The fabric I used for Teah's quilt was sent to me from my button swap partner.
It is a perfect shade of blue and it is satin and so soft.
A simple cut.
See how straight and true tearing makes the fabric?