I hope you are all taking good care of yourself and enjoying as much medicinal quilting as you have time and energy for. My daughter sent me this to think about. It sure does seem like there is not much I can control, but I am working hard on everything in the centre circle.
And so... I have another finish to share!
When attending my annual quilt retreat in February I was working on my 150 Canadian Women project, and for a couple of days I was only working with red and white fabrics.
|mini block and mini iron|
|attaching binding with walking foot|
|hand stitching the binding|
These Clover black gold needles are my favourite for binding. The only challenge is that the eye of the needle is so tiny that sometimes I have to really look hard to see which end has the hole to put the thread through. Where is my needle threader?!?
And here is the finished March Mini!
|"Full of love"|
And because I have more time for photo ops ...
here is the outdoor photo.
It's interesting how some of the background fabric looks yellow here when taken on the snowy white background.
And here is the indoor photo showing the three miniature quilts I've made so far this year.
I'm looking forward to seeing the other mini quilts made this month when Wendy posts the list over at The Constant Quilter blog .
Sending you lots of love and wishing you safety and good health! 💖