Since finishing my “Friends of Baltimore” last week, I have had a hard time getting back into my sewing room. Well, that’s now exactly true. On Monday, which was Family Day in Ontario, I spent the day organizing my sewing room, going through all my stuff and just looking for some inspiration.
On the one hand, I am thrilled to have such a huge quilt crossed off my bucket list. On the other hand, there is definitely a void in my quilting life. But as my Mother used to say…”there is already to much strife in the world, is that what you are going to complain about?” In other words, “quit complaining”! So, onward and upwards!
I am addicted to stitching my hexies using Inklingo. If you haven’t tried it yet, just take some time and try it out. Inklingo is just good clean fun!!
I just love the crisp corners and I find that hand stitching has the same calming effect as hand-quilting. It is really just a running stitch.
I am trying to finish up some projects before I start anything new (what a concept!). This is the centre medallion of “To Everything There Is A Season”, a BOM I launched last April. You can check out the patterns on my website Simple Bird Studio.
Til next time….