Friday, December 19, 2014

A finish from my pile of unfinished stuff.

I don't know what else to call it but 'stuff'.

Last spring I took a couple classes from Doug Leko of Antler Designs when he visited my local quilt shop for a few days of classes and a trunk show.  He is very young...younger than my own son...and already a famous quilt designer.  He's got a great style and is very knowledgeable about designing and teaching.

The class I took used the book 'Through the Winter Woods' using Holly Taylor's line of fabric with the same name.

This wasn't exactly a time consuming finish since I actually finished the top in the class then let it 'age' for 8 months in my sewing room.

The table topper is called 'Blessings' and is really not hard.  I didn't actually need the class but signed up for Doug's afternoon class and trunk show so decided to just make a day of it.

While the colors are Christmassy it really isn't just for Christmas.  The woodsy print will carry through the winter.

6 days.


1 comment:

  1. That is such a gorgeous table topper, Pam! I like the little stand that it is on, too...