on the heel that has crushed it.
Spring is on it way so they say. The calendar says that it is here but the temperatures have not given much credence to that fact. So to add a bit of hope in that direction I will share some of the flowers that have come and gone in my yard this month.
The crocus are such small delicate little things that they are easily missed. We only have a few that show up but I love them anyway.
I have been busy at my machine this month and have gotten a bit done. I have more to share later but I'm off to a shower soon.
I added borders to this top. At first I wasn't sure I would. I ran out of fabrics so that I had to make the last one scrappy. I have just enough fabric left for binding and these will be all gone. Yeah. Now to decide on backing.
Remember I said that there was a project that was just demanding that I make it. Well the top was finished last week and I trimmed the edges and got a picture yesterday. What do you think?
I don't usually work with solids but I had been looking at this design ever since I bought the Hex-N-More ruler. I pawed through my solids stash and came up with these. I would have liked to make it a little longer but I didn't have enough of the light purple on the right.
This is the most modern quilt I've made. My husband really likes it which is surprising since it has purples in it.
The pansies have recovered from the winter and are much happier now that it's almost time to replace them with something new.
My lack of blogging posts lately may or may not be related to my newest Crush. Do you have this problem?
I've got to hurry and get ready and leave for the shower. I'll have details to share later.