It's that time of the month again, it's time for the great Friday Night Sew-In, hosted by Heidi and Bobbi. I'll probably not be able to post on Saturday morning so I thought I'd let you know what I'll be working on.
Firstly I'll be doing my second Roses from the Heart bonnet. This one is for Ann Elizabeth Harwood who arrived in Van Diemen's Land in August 1820. I haven't been able to find out anything more about her but will keep trying. I'm making her bonnet with the remaining calico from the backing of the quilt I started with Jane Bottomley. I only have the binding to slip stitch and the label to do and hope I will also have time to work on it at the Norfolk Quilters' exhibition on Saturday if I don't get it finished during FNSI. This quilt is actually going to be a table cloth and so it is backed but doesn't have any wadding. I suppose it's not strictly a quilt but a piece of patchwork. I don't mind what it's called! In fact I do mind what it's called, I need a name for it if I'm going to get the label done! It is made using wonderful French General 'Lumiere de Noel' fabrics from Moda but isn't "Christmassy" and will be used all year on the table where Bonni, my lovely vintage Singer machine sits when I'm not using her. Thinking cap on...
Oh I can't do another post without a photo so here's one of the full set of Global Piecers fabric postcards I received, aren't they great?
Enjoy FNSI everybody.