This weekend is entirely to relax. I sorted out photos on my computer and decided which of them are worth keeping. I have also found the graffiti ones I was looking for some time:
A pomegranate bush in blossom in the middle of wasteland:
Next week is patchwork and quilting week! Thanks for stopping, Barbora
Instead of writing a new post about my patchwork and quilting adventures, I decided to upload some photos I have taken over the past few days.
Impressions of a foggy morning when walking the dog:
Spiders webs are waiting early in the morning for the sun to dry the dew drops :
This is what we saw today evening whilst sitting on the terrace and enjoying a nice salad for diner :
My niece Andrea accompanied me to the dog training center and she has taken these photos :
Thanks for stopping, Barbora
It’s done : Fire & Ice quilt is finally finished! I have “cheated” a bit with the quilting. The last few quilts were in free-motion technique. So this time I decided to work with the walking foot. The wave or serpentine is a standard stitch on the Bernina 440. Never tried before, but I have seen some quilts with this finishing and I thought this would break the strict geometrical pattern.
The finished size is 60″ x 84″. I just love the blue tulips backing fabric from Fabric Freedom.
Happy quilting, Barbora