Hello Dear Friends, I hope the quilters among you had a wonderful National Quilting Day weekend. Yes, I did quilt…. [Miss Baby comments that her Mom always plays a game called “quilting!”]. Here you see a sneak peek of what’s on the quilt back. I will be posting a tutorial later this week on how I did these “feather wreaths with a twist”. Meanwhile, you may click here, and here to read about my other tutorials on feather wreaths.
We have a white and cold and snowy St. Patrick’s Day this year. We are snowed in for sure! Miss Baby’s school is canceled again, and the dedicated snow plow just came by as I type.
I find the life of the “Apostle of Ireland” fascinating. With the emphasis of missions at my church, I am inspired by St. Patrick’s love and dedication in teaching about God to the Irish people back in the 5th century. My Celtic Cutwork runner attempts to capture that spirit of reaching out with the green heart.
I don’t have any quilts that I have made that is exclusively green. The best one I can find is my Nature Walk quilt.
I also have to confess as a dishaholic, I don’t have anything green or shamrock-y in my collection either. But I have been looking…. and thinking…. specifically Belleek’s Basketweave. Might you have any thoughts for me?
SO, curious mind wants to know if you have anything green in your collection (quilts, needlework, home decor items, dishes etc) to commemorate St. Patrick’s Day?
Thank you for stopping by. I hope you have a blessed St. Patrick’s Day, and a lovely week ahead!! Blessings to you all!