I’ve always wanted to try the Churn-Dish pattern because it is such an old classic pattern. I specifically choose Civil War reproduction fabrics.
Dimensions: 103″ x 103″
Warm & Natural Batting
A blue-blooded New Englander, I love a good snow storm. Ventured out at the peak of the snow on Friday night.
Then again, all this weather keeps me inside and at the sewing machine. Working on another William Morris quilt. Trying to find just the right the balance of colors and patterns.
Here at Gloucester Quilter, we have a “Lobstar” atop our tree. Happy Holidays!
One of our guests in our Gloucester Quilter Apartment in VRBO loved the quilts upstairs so much, she decided to buy a custom one for her daughter as her high school graduation present. The daughter came down and pick out several fabrics she liked from my quilting room and I filled in the rest. Don’t you think this will make a great comfort quilt for her first year in college? It was fun working with such fun colors for a change.
I’m taking a break from the quilting machine to soak up some sun in Vieques, PR. The sunsets here are *almost* as nice as seen on the Gloucester Quilter webcam.
And I’ve brought along my Again & Again beach bag ~ made in Gloucester, of course, by my friend, Frieda.
I love traveling to new places because they give me so many ideas for new quilts.