The cold weather in Tennessee has coincided with two less people in Harriet the Chariot, our trailer, thanks to last Friday's (11/11/22) wedding.
A room with a view! And I'm using the kitchen island counter as my cutting and pressing station. I'm so glad we brought our wool pressing mats. They fit nicely on the counter (about the same size as the cutting mat pictured here).
I've been joining the Prairie Quilt Militia on a sew-along which started in the summer. It's called Time After Time. We've had a busy time since Sukkot so I've gotten a bit behind. I brought it out last night to get the steps I've missed caught up before the Chilhowie Winter Quilt begins on Black Friday. I'd like to be current on this one and not be creating a UFO (unfinished object).
Gorgeous hey? As you can see I didn't branch away from her colours. I have varied tastes in fabric and design. I love everything from solids, to Kaffe Fassett wild and bright, to more traditional civil war designs and colours like the ones for this quilt. My favourite quilting expression is SCRAPPY but having donated a lot of my scraps with the remainder kept in storage back in Victoria, for this one I had to buy yardage. I know...oh darn! ;)