Well, I've been here. Just haven't been blogging. We will discuss the reasons why some other time. But, anyhow, here I am now.
I made the above miniature quilt for The National Quilt Museum's auction next month. The quilt is 7" square, the geese units are 1/2" x 3/4" and it is made with fabrics from the last quarter of the 19th century. It is a color scheme that was popular with Mennonite quilt makers at that time. It is one of those color combos that you will either love or hate. I love it. It is really nice for miniatures, as there are no prints to muddy things up - just solids. It is made with fabrics from the quilt top I purchased at the AQSG Seminar.
It had some bad stains on it, although they are not shown in the picture.
Well, I hope to deliver my miniature to the museum tomorrow and say hi to the Yo-Yo Ladies. It is always fun to visit the museum.
Take care out there in quiltland.
Till next time...