I started with the stitching defining each quarter of the quilt on a black wool background. I soon realized that stitching on this large heavy piece of wool was going to be very difficult. S0 I abandoned this project and went on to work on my Di Ford Hall Quilts.
A couple of weeks ago I took a trip to gorgeous Bustles and Bows in Warrandyte and there I found a new background...150cm wide...a gorgeous beige/taupe check and only $25 a metre. My enthusiasm is back again and so on Saturday I started stitching again, from the beginning.
It is going to be 38 (just over 100 degrees fahrenheit) today in Melbourne...far too hot to go out with my MS so I'll be staying in and working on some flowers.
Everyone who knows me knows how much I love cake...and donuts too. So when I saw these adorable donut potholders I felt I had to share the LINK.
It is shared on Craftsy, where there are so many fabulous free patterns.
Hope you enjoy the happiest of days,