I was in JoAnn's the other day and saw this bright green so I decided to give a small quilting project another try.
My last quilting project was somewhat of a disaster. I was making a quilt when I had the detached retina and for a long time after that I could not see straight lines unless I closed my left eye. I went ahead with the quilting anyway and it was amazingly wonky so I gave it up for a year or two now.
I am not big into holiday decor, but this seems made for St. Patrick's Day. That and some Irish soda bread. I don't mind a little corned beef and cabbage, but I wouldn't bother to make it. Don wouldn't eat it.
If you are into the wearing of the green, have a Happy St. Paddy's Day.
I don't quilt because I know I can't sew a straight line. Glad you were able to get back to it.ReplyDelete
Happy St. Patrick's Day!
Happy Patrick's Day, Olga! That's a pretty quilt. I love green. But, I don't care for corned beef and cabbage.ReplyDelete
Your quilt is very cute! Smart to make it a size so you could complete the project. My closet is over flowing with half finished crafty things.ReplyDelete
Little projects are fun. It's all about the fabric and color.ReplyDelete
I agree. That is a very pretty quilt and perfect for St. Patrick's Day. Since my sister-in-law and daughter-in-law are both Irish-Americans, we certainly wore our green today.ReplyDelete
My granddaughter and myself wore the green today... but with O'Regan as my maiden name, it's hard to ignore. Love the little quilt. I use small quilted squares like that under my Keurig and under other things, Olga.ReplyDelete
I love your site! So happy I ran across it. Is this a template?ReplyDelete