Yesterday our guild had a UFO day so I was able to get most of my Mod Pop top put together. When I got home I decided to finished it up as I was so close to being done and I really wanted to see it completed. I used all batik fabrics and am really happy with the fabrics I chose. It's nice when a quilt turns out the way you imagine it!
On Friday I got a special package in the mail and it looks like it had quite the trip. Maybe it feel off a truck on it’s way or maybe those Aussie Posties decided to play football with it! Wish I knew the story of it’s trip from Australia as it has taken quite the beating but nothing was damaged.
I had another goodie exchange with Desley and she really spoiled me again! Matilda wool batting, a Barmah Australian Outback hat, and a wonderful sections of sweets! I've already polished off one bag of Mars Pods and the bag of Cadbury Flake bites are disappearing quickly. The box of Easy Mac has chicken and bacon flavour packs in it which we have never seen so the boys will try that for lunch today. I’ll have to save that wool batt for a special quilt and the hat has already been claimed by my husband and he looks really good in it! :) Thanks Desley!
I have been quilting for over 20 years and have turned my passion for quilting into a home business. Tamarack Shack Longarm Quilting opened it's doors January 2009 on the shores of Schist Lake in Northern Manitoba. I have recently moved to Emo, ON and looking forward to discovering all the beauty of the area and meeting new quilters.
This blog is where I share photos of my quilts as well as my clients quilts. I also enjoy dyeing fabric especially snow dyeing as we have snow 6 months of the year. I have thrown in few personal stories about living on the shores of Schist Lake and now I'm ready to explore and share photos of the area around Emo, Ontario as life isn't all about quilting.
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