On to the sewing/crafting front: the quilt for Christmas Traditions was finished with pillow shams (we did get our minimum bid on the quilt of $150). I taught my quilt class, it was a hit with 9 students. The students asked to have another class after the new year. That makes it a hit right! After trying to auction my services at Christmas Traditions and having no one sign up for a class at the LQS it felt good. Two Christmas presents are handmade this year.
My boss left back in October. Here is the quick quilt made from the leftovers of the quilt class quilt.
The fabric is called “Kashmir”. The 3 yards of fabric could not make a larger quilt if used as a border and what else do you do with all the cool border prints. The fabric was cut into 1.5 yards sections. The section with the small green rectangles on the edges is the middle. I started in the middle and “stitched and flipped” my way to the outside edges in a quilt as you go method. The quilt was started on Thursday and gifted the quilt on Sunday afternoon. It was right up her style. The binding was all put on by machine.
I have had problems getting comments to post. DH upgraded the main computer, is that part of the problem?? I will have to try from my laptop. I do keep up on blogs.
Hope you all have a wonderful Holiday Season.
Just Another Quilter