Even our neighbours, the Jersey cows have been enjoying the sunshine;
For my international readers (if you're out there) you probably won't have heard of Jersey. It's a teeny tiny island off the coast of France, and part of the Channel Islands, only 45 square miles wide, and famous for, you guessed it, these gorgeous, friendly, sweet natured cows, that produce rich creamy milk, arguably the best in the world. I am so lucky to get to see them every day!
Anyhow, back to the business of quilting. Last week was another productive week, as I put these gorgeous Ed Emberly Happy Drawing fabrics to good use...
And came up with this:
So that's two quilt tops made (this one and Walk in the Woods) and they are both to be finished asap. Watch this space.
I have also been doing some research into the history of quilting as part of my coursework, which has proved fascinating. I might share some brief snippits another day. It is interesting, I promise!