My goodness I'm looking at my fabric in a whole new light now and am really beginning to think I'm in double trouble with my stash because as I look at it ( not even going to show you the cupboard) I think I can double the size of it as it seems it has two uses. One for peicing and two how I look at fussy cutting it.
Now I really do need to either sit and sew day in and day out for the rest of my lifetime or find the elixir of life so i can get through the mountain of fabric.
The Morrell Quilt
A final decision was made about the border to my Jane's Garden which I started with Di in Nantes last year. It now needs to go off to the longarm quilter.
I measured and re measured through the centre of the quilt but it seems to have very wavy edges. It's a much finer fabric than the rest of the quilt so am hoping Sandy will work her magic and it will come out right in the end.
I even got a photo at long last with Shirley http://stitcherydo.blogspot.co.uk/.
Of course I had to have a photo with Di too and I'm just noticing the French dressing I spilt all down my sweater.
We love you Di, please come back to the UK again soon or we may all have to emigrate to Melbourne.