I started another prairie quilt! This one is pieced together with Durham fat quarters. I have been fond of the Durham collection since it first came out. If you're wanting to explore quilting but intimidated by geometrical designs and such then making a fat quarter quilt is for you my friend. I haven't decided whether to tie or quilt yet. Both finishing techniques appeal to me on different levels. I also believe the two are equal in skill level and time involvement. The next step is to piece the front to a back and then make the binding. If you're on the fence and think you don't have time to make a quilt you should know I whipped this up in around 30 minutes! You can read more about machine quiliting from a past post. I prefer fast crafts!
Then, my little stash of Liberty fabric that is reserved for doll and rabbit dresses. If you're like me and pondered why the beautiful fabric is so costly. This video explains it! What a glorious day it would be to rub my fingers over those vibrant textiles. I'll take one of each please! Thank you.
It's that time once again. Tax time! UGH! Have I told you how much I despise tax time? I'm sure I have.
I'd rather be wrapping soap or making prairie quilts!
Enjoy caring and sharing days.