the weekend before.
Loretta used solids on top and batiks on the bottom and to frame my shot cotton version, I went with the blues in the end. It's quite subtle and I think this is definitely going to be a cushion. We decided if I quilted it well it would be sturdy enough to survive Wilbur. Fingers crossed - I'll let you know how I get on!
Having a look the following morning I still couldn't see hedgehogs and it became a running joke on the day of the workshop. So yesterday I played around with colour and shape and can kind of see them now! What do you think - paws or hedgehogs?
These are some of the examples of Arlene's work shared with us on the day!
And the other things I found really pretty were the baskets of thread that Arlene had brought to sell. I am totally drawn to the warm colours and did have a case of thread envy when I saw Tracey's collection shown on the bottom right. One day, maybe!
Thank you Mid-West branch for a great sewing filled weekend!