Christmas was lovely. Yesterday was very long, 450 miles on the train up and down the country to my Grandad's funeral. A long and sad day but a funeral shouldn't really be anything else. I don't like to dwell, I won't be posting all my makes of the year or anything like that. I like to see these elsewhere but generally when I have made something I like to move on to the next project, get the creative buzz from figuring out how I am going to make the new idea. This is handy, it makes it easy to pass on bee blocks, swaps and presents, I don't like to look back only forwards.
This pillow was for my sister. Aneela's wonderful Walk in the Woods fabrics and a few others!
These fabrics are on sale in the Spring. But just in case you still pine for a little Christmas, look at her festive fabrics for next year.
Concealed zip, I don't do my pillows any other way now.
The back is simple parallel quilting and the main print is a Cosmo Cricket fabric given to me by Anna ages ago. It matched perfectly.
There are some texty treats scattered around to make my sister laugh and my nephew too. We have a puerile sense of humour but it can't be helped.
Now, Bee blocks to finish...off I trot