I thought when Puxsutawney Phil emerged this year that he did not see his shadow. Meaning that spring would soon be on it’s way. However at my house the snow continues to fly. While Phil and his magic have failed to bring any sign of spring. I’m hoping that this cute scrappy butterfly quilt that Shelly completed at the last Quilty Hug sew in may be able to persuade spring to make an appearance.
After all when you put it on point, it looks like hourglasses. I think that means it’s about time for that fickle girl to show herself. What do you think?
I have a few of my improv quilts that friends really like. I’d love to make one for each of them, but there just are not enough hours in my day.
My mom has a picture in her guest bathroom that is a print of a stitchery someone made. The detail of the stitches are there but the work of creating it is not.
So the thought came to me. I could make prints of my quilts and share them with my friends.
Then I thought maybe others would like these prints. So I’ve added them to my Etsy shop as downloadable art. Once people download the images they are free to print what size and the number they need all for one nominal fee. Check them out if you feel so inclined. Let me know what you think.
That quilt really does look like Spring! And what a great idea to share your work through photography!
daffodils are blooming here – the early variety that is but it is 40 and windy and very cold feeling here
What a great idea!!
The prints are such a great idea, Your butterfly quilt is a beautiful one too.