with encouragement and help from son #2,
I rushed outside yesterday,
after a full day of mom duties,
and captured a delightful hour in the last rays
of our soon to be sparse sunshine!
(notice dog Fred enjoyed frolicing under the table!)
In that plastic tub is the last
of my way-too-many-yards
of Freddy Moran's line of fabric
that she did many years ago.
It was called "pure color" by Quilter's Only.
I finished making a bunch of baskets
to try to make a dent in this part of my stash.
It felt sooooo good to be
in the sun
listening to the birds and squirrels
All this happiness compelled me to make a littlebit.
I pulled out some Terrie Mangat fabric!
It's a shrine to the art of trusting!
Trusting that the universe has our back.
Terrie Mangat is another quilting super hero of mine!
Here's some pics of my way-too-many-yards
of Terrie Mangat fabric!
OOHHH LA LA...Terrie's "fiesta" line...LOVE IT!
There's a lot to love about
like this new book...
I had a lot of fun sifting through my stash
to make this lattice quilt
in hopes of teaching it in the spring.
I leave you with a quote from
Emily Cier in her book, Scrap Republic,
"Be eccentric. Be crazy. And most important, have fun! It's very liberating!"