Hello friends and readers in far away places, today I am sharing Norma's lovely Batik beauty. She has had this quilt top sitting finished for a spell, but as that saying goes: It's not a quilt until it's quilted".
A lovely simple quilt measuring 67" x 91" with such pretty colours much like the upcoming photo of a fabulous sunset!
Norma is not sure who she is giving this quilt to but wanted it quilted, wise women! She asked for all over quilting (edge to edge). I used the popular "Square Spirals" and a variegated AeroQuilt thread by Madeira.
My next quilt is a fabulous foundation pieced Zebra by a very clever New Zealand pattern designer, watchout for sneak peeks.
The last couple of days I have been out having a wee break from quilting, I was tramping to Cape Brett, which is north of Russell in the Bay of Islands. A seven hour tramp one way with such spectacular scenery, I just had to share some photo's with you.
|That's me about to start off.|
|That's Cape Brett! We are heading to that end point.|
|Sunset on arrival.|
|Leaving the next morning looking back, the red 'square' is the roof of our accommodation|
|Cape Brett light house.|