Yes, this is another Loonie Blooms wall hanging that I’m working on. I know . . . the last one was a while ago, but we’re dusting off the pattern and offering it as a conference workshop on April 6th and 7th at the
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I’ve made this version out of some leftovers from the Astor Manor collection by 3 Sisters. This was a line that I purchased a while back and realized that it would work perfectly for all of the projects that we are offering as workshops at the conference.
And just as I was thinking that I really liked the colors in this line of fabric, I happened to notice this little monkey rolling around at her afternoon snooze station . . . notice the quilt behind her . . . yup, another 3 Sister’s line. I can’t remember which line it was now, but same colors and I think even the same print here and there.
Of course the little monkey didn’t seem to take notice of the quilt . . .
. . . as she tied herself into a tight little knot . . .
. . . and went back to sleep.
Sheila and I are also teaching the All Cooped Up pattern and . . .
the Pickin’ Up Stiks pattern. Both are ready to baste and then start quilting them - that will be my month of March taken up probably.
Whiskey did eventually decide that being in a knot was not the most comfortable position to be in, and decided that . . .
she really needed to stretch out her neck to get the kinks out.
She does look pretty darn good with the 3 Sisters, don’t you think?