I quilted it very similarly to the sample quilt on the pattern cover; although I think there were areas of fanciness which I didn't do - it was a bit hard to tell from the picture.
The Country Yard. We always try to have fresh samples, programmes and so on.
Although it was a drizzly day, we had a nice turnout of visitors who seemed to enjoy a look around the freshened up shop, a cuppa, and a good chat with friends. I took a couple of photos before it got busy.
In the photo below you can see the other quilt I made for the shop. Well it's a quilt top actually; I just didn't get the time to quilt it for the shop but it still displays pretty well :-)
|'Pieceful Pines' using the range of the same name by Pam Buda.|
— and made them red and green instead. I am really happy with the effect in the finished quilt - the unpicking was worth it!
Giveaway winnersApologies for taking such a long time to get back to you all with the drawing of the prizes in my previous post, where I showcased a block and quilt pattern from Teresa Mairal's new book, Turnabout Patchwork. February was a month where life got in the way, and there was only so much that could fit in my head.
However, without further ado, here are the winners —
The winner of the electronic copy of Teresa's book, Turnabout Patchwork is —
And the winner of a pattern of choice from Teresa's digital shop is —
Congratulations ladies - I hope you enjoy your winnings!
And on that happy note, I will sign off,
'til next time,