It’s another step forward with Noah's Ark – it is now pinned up and awaiting its turn to be quilted. I went to a sewing day on Saturday and used one of the handy tables for this job. It sure beats crawling on my hands and knees on the floor at home. Jude shared some of her batting off cuts with me, so one long piece was cut in half and Frankinbatted with my sewing machine. And low and behold, just the right size. The navy gingham for the backing was donated from my neighbour Dorothy’s stash when she moved into a resthome. The three layers were smoothed and pinned, and is all ready for the next step……..sometime soon I hope.
Noah’s Ark quilt
With that job out of the way I settled down to work on my new stitchery project. I’m starting a set of New Zealand themed Christmas designs from MillyMac Supplies. This one is a kiwi bird camping with his iconic VW Kombi van.
New stitchery started
Although these stitcheries are Christmas themed, I'm certainly not aiming to get them all completed for Christmas this year. Maybe next year instead?