A busy spring has turned into a busy summer. The garden is doing great, we are starting to harvest tomatoes, cucumbers, eggplant, summer squash and green beans. I put up pickles yesterday and today it will be green beans.
I have been busy quilting also. I have completed two more custom quilted wall hangings using my pattern "Colour Karma" and the hand dyed fabrics by Lorin Fields of Beyond Surface Design. The clients picked out these fabrics to match their decor.
My pattern "Colour Karma" is an easy pattern that works well with batiks as well as hand dyed fabric. It is available at Thimble Pleasures quilt shop in Chapel Hill or you can contact me directly.
We also have a new baby in the family. My cousin in California just had a beautiful baby girl. And I happen to love to make baby quilts; this was done in "blue work" and machine quilted.
Last but not least, here is my main obstacle to not getting more quilting done. His name is Kip (after Rudyard), he is one year old and our sweetie (sometimes). He was sick a few months ago with cystitis, but has recovered nicely. One of these days I may sew that little paw into a quilt!