It was an easy install and started doing tutorials very quickly. I THINK I AM IN TROUBLE! I can't believe it's this easy to create a quilt. It even prints out the pattern AND tells you how much fabric you need! WOW!!!!
My first project is called Garden of Eden. Guess who that's for? My new granddaughter Eden. How appropriate is that. Thank you Kate Swayne for giving me that idea!
I am working on a blog post about my grandma and the sweet memories of her I had as a child. It's taking me a little while to get all my thoughts together. My grandmother passed away a week ago.
As we were going through my grandmother's belongings we came across this little machine that was my great grandmother's. My mom said she used to sew on this little Singer Featherweight. It's in great condition and needs a little cleaning and oiling. It'll be interesting trying to sew on it.
So for years I've wanted to do a portrait or a landscape quilt so I decided to do this picture! So I guess I am combining a portrait (sort of) and a landscape. This pic was taken at Big Spring Park in Huntsville, AL and that's my youngest daughter who is now 20 but in this picture was 5. She always loved feeding the ducks...even at age 18. We went to Big Spring Park for her to take photos for an art project she was doing. She goes to Memphis College of Art and is an amazing artist!