mandag 31. oktober 2011

One finish, but where is the time to another one?

This summer I visited my relatives in USA, that I never known or met before. A very joyful and god experience. In Forest City where my grandmother’s sister lived with her American family, I found a small pattern in a quilting shop named “The Quilted Forest”. Here is the link

The pattern was from a series called Tiny Ones Here is their advertisement from their page;

Tiny Ones
Tiny Ones are terrific! These pint-sized patterns make full sized table toppers and runners in a variety of sizes and shapes. They are great for showcasing all types of fabrics; batiks, novelty prints, floral, bright, and specific collections.
Each card is laminated on both sides for durability and priced right! There are currently 68 different Tiny Ones, with more to come. Try them all, and keep coming back to see what's new!
Each card measures 3 1/2" x 5 1/2".    EASY TO PIECE, EASY TO ENJOY! “

My son moved to a new flat this autumn and wanted a new design for his room. White, black and red was it to be. I made him this bed cover from the only pattern I bought this summer in USA. I only used fabrics from my cupboard except for the backing.  Anne quilted this for me, and my son was very happy when he brought it with him this weekend.

I have a lot of small projects going on, but I have too much else to do so I don’t feel like sewing or quilting at the moment.  But after this week there will be better sewing days I think.

Christmas is just around the corner, so I need to get my sewing and creating feeling back.

Have a nice week!