Trails In the Forest-Map Challenge
I am happy to report progress is happening on several projects. Fall is upon us now, suddenly summer went without so much as a "see ya later" as I lay my head down to sleep one night. The next day it was fall. I know my hubby will laugh and say "You always say fall is here and its only September!" but my bones know for sure.
I have decided to add my contribution over at AHIQ:Improvisational Quilts to this year's challenge. Map Challenge. You can tell its fall with this awful photo! Dark, grey days of rain is the only outside light and my sewing womb overhead light sucks!
These blocks were just the beginning of my expression of Mind Mapping trails of my childhood.
When I started this challenge, I was thinking memories of my fond days as a child walking and playing in the wild bush of Northern B.C.
Its that time of year when dog pads need to be refreshed, cleaned and repaired. Rusty seems to need a little help with positioning. Her latest quilted pad is two layers of upcycled bedding blankets covered both sides with greyish broadcloth.
I cut apart the previous blocks that we already sewn together for our friends quilt in Telegraph Creek and have machine quilted them. I'm at the tedious part of knotting and threading the seam ends buried deep inside.