Hurrah! The PC is back in operating order--thanks to dear hubby who worked long and hard to solve some of the errors and the little guy in India; for the price of $250 (year Dell contract)who cleaned off the rest of the errors. What a relief!
This is the view we have from the top of the stair case. This quilt might have been on the blog previously but it's always worth a second look especially after it's on display.
The quilting on these individual blocks always amaze. And with each step down the stairs, you see something different and unique in the threads.
Many designs are custom.
a Welcoming wreath and a basket filled with ivy and holly--
Okay, off to view other works in process (WIP). Yes, there is something on the loom--cotton warp and handspun cotton as weft.
Brown handspun cotton on the bobbin--
and other WIPs--a way to practice applique stitching--large pieces and not many small turns to make.
And the fact that this is a large block--whoopie!
Here is another Raggedy Annie block under the belt.......
And if you are following the blog, you know about the Layer Cake QAL. Here are the first two blocks from the challenge.
Now that the house is decorated for the holidays, it is time to finish up a few small gifts for family and friends.