Shortly after she emailed me saying that she signed up for a beginnersclass. After answering her questions by mail and a visit to teach her how to quilt, I invited het yesterday to come and spent an evening quilting with C and I. Her very first project is in the quilting stage:
A second bedsized quilt is designed, fabrics are bought and the first blocks are sewn. A third wallhanging project is chosen and those fabrics will be brought into her house soon, I guess! I told her that, before long, her DH will have to buy her a fabric chest. She says that it won't come to that ,but we ALL know better, don't we!!
The second project will be a bedsized quilt for her DS. She made a great design (sorry, forgot to take a pic!) with Japanese signs inbetween the pieced blocks. The signs together mean 'good night". Looks wonderfull, but.....this involves appliqué. I promised to look into it and need an advice. Raw edge? Iron on interfacing? Needleturn? And...is it do-able or is it too difficult??
This is one of the signs