Hello there! This is a sneak preview of a little dress I've made for our grand-daughter, Seyja! She will celebrate her first birthday in a few weeks, and Mormor wanted to make her something special! Her big brother, Ari, turns three just after her birthday, so there'll be lots of partying at their house!
Well, quite a while since I've posted here on my blog! One of my dear quilting friends has been so kind as to remind me (frequently!) about the lack of new information here, so Elna, this one's for you!! ;o)
This is a little fabric bowl in the works from a pattern I recently purchased from Färg & Formin Malmø, Sweden. Designed by Namie Hosogai-Åsenlund, the bowl is made from 2 x 8 tumbler blocks, sewn to a centre octagon (2). I ironed the pieces onto Veladon (a sturdy form of interfacing), basted the seam allowances over to the wrong side and then hand-sewed the pieces together. I will glue the outside and inside forms together (thus the clothespins!) to avoid seeing the stitches on the upper edge. A great little bowl to serve candy in or other goodies on the patio! A good idea may be to spray some Scotchgard or other fabric protector on before using.
Our garden has been doing wonderfully! The flowers are blooming and the veggies are thriving! This is such a lovely time of the year! When a lot of folks travel south to Greece, Turkey or other warm destinations, we love staying at home, enjoying our country surroundings and the peacefulness of living close to forest, field and fjord!