Happy Thanksgiving my fellow Canadians!
This year we are doing a small family get together only - ie just the 4 of us - so I had lots of time this long weekend to get some sewing done! Yey!
Unfortunately, I have really hurt my right wrist - and I am right handed :-( Yep :-( Rotary cutting is impossible right now - it sends absolutely sharp pain spikes through my wrist. Fortunately, I have a fabric die-cutter! I can turn the crank - just not apply the pressure necessary to rotary cut.
So, I grabbed a fat quarter bundle gifted by a dear friend - thank you! And cut out a Take 5 - type quilt ala the Cherry Bomb Quilts tutorial that I have used before - I love it!!
These are some Christmas Thimbleberries prints that I liked when they came out but I didn't buy any of. When they were given to me I thought - wow - those colours would look good in my green living room! So, I was able to cut and piece this top. That is as far as I am going until my wrist is better - I don't think that it could stand the vibration of machine quilting and maneuvering the machine. Oh well! Christmas isn't for a while.
Next, well, really first LOL, I pulled out the Halloween chisels I had cut last year and then put away, since I didn't feel like working on them, and made another one of my table-runners. I love it! But, yet again, I don't think my wrist can take the quilting - darn it! I would love to get working on this one but I need my wrist to get better first :-( If you want to check out the complete tutorial on how to make this table-runner you can find it here. And, if you do make one, please post a picture to our Facebook group!
And, last but not least, I am working on a new tumbler quilt - if you belong to my Facebook group, you have seen a little preview, but, I will post more later!
BTW aren't the leaves in the pictures amazing?! They were so bright and wonderful I just had to take pictures with them!
Happy Thanksgiving all! I wish you all a safe and blessed weekend.