If I were to have a timeline for my life right now, it might be a series of quilts. I have been working (paying, work work) so much! We are just slammed right now. When I am not working I am thinking about work. Sewing is my sanity. My quiet place. I think you know what I mean.
I finished my Nordic Christmas quilt (originally blogged here).
I love it. It is my kind of Christmas quilt. Subtle. Slightly traditional. Clean lines.
I quilted it with a woodgrain design. It is my first time with this design and it was actually really fun.
We did some photos when were up in the Blue Ridge Mountains for our annual getaway. I wanted to share the process, because it was funny.
Do you all see my hair flying? I laughed out loud when I saw this picture.
Then, finally a good picture.
Name: Nordic Christmas (Tutorial avalaible here)
Size: 65" x 65"
Fabric: Folk Art Holiday by Gina Martin for Moda
Quilting: Woodgrain quilting with Aurifil thread
Finished: August 2014
I love you all so I am leaving you with this soothing picture. Mountains are my happy place.