I do. I am so in love with my quilting at the moment - I love my hobby ... and whilst I do not want to wish my life away, I cannot wait until I retire (in just 15 months) so that I can make even more quilts!
Since my last blog post, I have finished 6 quilts - 5 of which I'll share with you tonight (the 6th is a surprise birthday gift for next week ... Sshhhhh!)
Baby quilts are so lovely to make - and these two were just dreamy. The first came together really quickly from a charm pack and a bit of sashing and was a gift for a colleague at work:
And this little darling is on her way to Ukraine in the morning with my dear friend Gerrie (chair of our North Wales link of Chernobyl's Children Lifeline, a wonderful charity I have been supporting for just over a year):
This next quilt, made with Moda Grunge fabric, was to match a rug in my friend's house - the rug:
I loved making this and I think I hit the brief - the quilt:
I finally finished my 'We should be sectioned quilt' which I started in September 2015. Mine was a 'seasonal' quilt which I started with Autumn and each of the ladies added their sections:
I tried different quilting on this including hand quilting but I still favour stippling as my go-to free motion quilting:
This was a wonderful quilting bee to be a part of and I love how we have all become good friends:
And finally, a leaving gift for a friend at work. He sent me a picture of a cushion his wife liked and I designed my quilt as a likeness - I won't lie - this was tricky to make - but I do like a challenge!
I'd be lost without graph paper, being good at maths, pins and a spare bed to use as a design board!
Really loved this one:
And so did Wayne:
Yes. Love my quilting friends. Love my hobby. Love making quilts. Love giving quilts.