being new to this, and without colour co-ordination or whatever it is that knows to balance colours, there are two dark cats and two pale ones. and one has almost disappeared. it's a ghost, whooooo, no it's my cat-kitten or kitty-cat, her smile is the same as the others. and her tail is longg. these cat patterns are from the book by Margaret Rolfe, A Quilter's Ark.
tomorrow is going to be the coldest day yet - brr - here in the south of england where snow wont settle for longer than a day or so, (i do miss it, i love the snow) i did once post that we live where the hills meet the sea but that would have been on the beach. anyway we miss out on the best weather.
the print has changed again, this time for the better. i hope, i haven't seen it yet.
can i invite you to click on my google friend connect at the top of this page, please?
and let's get to know each other.
here is the quilt top laid over three pieces of batting sewn together. i have gone over the top a little and ordered some rainbow silk roses, which i will splurge on the corners; (as i look at this and wonder where will i put the hexie flowers. maybe on the backing. there are some orange 'roses' in hexie design but before i get there i will need to sew the polycotton squares. this is the first jellyroll quilt and surprisingly i don't feel the same as for a nine patch i made, (i never wanted to make another and feel differently now, and happily could tackle one).
i am thinking of sewing the top to the batting, then adding the backing as this is too difficult for me to manoevre in my room.
and now it is 23.44, so i will love you and leave you.
keep warm, keep safe.
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