Well, the craziness has died down a little bit, thankfully. Winter schedules collided with end of school year special activities and the start of summer schedules. Fun, fun, fun!
I did get to teach another Modern Free Motion Quilting Sampler class for The Country Quilter last week. I really like teaching...adults...for a day...on one of my favourite topics. ;) The feedback has been really good too. Phew! It's such a charge to see the students leave the class more experienced, knowledgeable and enthusiastic about free motion quilting.
I started getting in a bit of quilting in again on Monday. Lisa for our Canadians Quilt Bee has selected a Weathervane block (Tutorial) for June and she provided the centre square. She had a list of colours along a bright summery theme. I got to this point, when a little voice told me to doublecheck the colours she had listed. No orange on the list. Oops. Glad I stopped here!
While I waited to see if she really didn't want orange (doesn't hurt to ask, right? ;) ), I cut up the fabrics needed to test my Modern Totems pattern. I'm liking it so far. :)
Also, the quilting has begun for Rainbow Creek. I'm listening to Cuckoo Calling by Robert Galbraith (a.k.a. J.K. Rowling) and its keeping me going. Straight-line quilting a big quilt = boring. Ooh, just had an idea to add in a little squiggle line here and there and I think it might work well. Off to find out what happened to Lula Landry...
What are you working on?