Most of my time has been spent trying to set up a shop on 'Not on the High Street'. I didn't realise how much stuff there'd be to get my head round, but it should be worth it. I want to print more cards, and have other 3d ideas (like my butterfly above) but I need to sell some to fund the making of the new ones. Dull but true.
Then finally each night I have been sitting down with my daughter's quilt, sewing away to get it finished off - and I have done. I left the quilt out to take some shots of it, but look what happened!
I started making this quilt before I joined my quilting group, and the directions were out of a jelly roll book. Since then I have found out a better way to make the flying geese blocks and wish I could have made them that way instead. It really annoys me how there is still coloured material underneath the white sections, but at the time I didn't know any better. My hubby assures me that no one will notice it anyway, but I do.
I do love it though, and feel so pleased that I've accomplished it. I also am relieved because now I can start on a new quilt with a clear conscience, yay!