I tell ya, there’s nothing like receiving Quilt Show entry forms in the mail to get you back into the swing of quilting again!
After a lull of about three weeks or so of near to no sewing or quilting, it was a wonderful feeling to get back on the machine.
I admit that over the past weeks, I’ve been giving more of my time to my YouTube channel than to my sewing machine. This is due to –
a) a lack of enthusiasm
b) the horrid Australian humidity that’s been hanging around
But once that burning desire to get stuck into some quilting rose up in me early this morning, I was truly back in my ‘happy place’!
So over the course of the day I got lickety-split into finishing my Sydney Quilt Show entry.
Before basting the mini-quilt up, I instagrammed a photo of the heart-racing intricacies that are on the back of the quilt-top.
So divine! So intense! So lovely!
I absolutely love the way that the shapes fit and conform next to each other as well as the differing lines and textures the seams create! But at the same time you can differentiate the shapes that form the block… (Excuse me, my Quilt-Nerd is showing!) It’s these little things that capture my heart and passion for patchwork (and quilting!).
After today, I believe I can honestly say that I am hands-down, cross-my-heart in love with making mini-quilts! They’re easy, fast, non-fussy and oh-so cute!
I tried to capture just how small this little mini is when I was quilting by comparing it with the size of my hand…
This quilt is itty-bitty and I love it!
I’ve decided that the quilt will be entered under the name Golden Trail – I think that works best.
It’s currently hanging up to my left ready for me to lovingly finish hand-stitching the binding and hanging sleeve!
Excitement is at its maximum tonight!!
I just love quilting!
Best hobby ever!
Oops! There’s my Quilt-Nerd showing again! 😀
Happy Sewing Friends! xx