We had a time trying to find a place to photograph it, it's so big. After my husband finally got it all hung up, I realized it's sideways, but didn't have the heart to ask him to change it. So please just tilt your head to the right when you look at it, LOL. The center basket pattern came from a Blackbird Designs pattern, and I added my own twists. I'm tickled to have a quilt that I made to sleep under. Of course, now it'll soon be to warm to use it, so I'm starting on a light weight, Summer spread next.
It's also the time of the month when I offer new Folk Art on TDIPT Mercantile.
Here's one of my new pieces, which was inspired by the butterfly collections so treasured in Victorian times. Little known fact - I worked in a Natural History Museum during my college years, behind the scenes, writing thousands of tiny labels for bird and mammal specimens, by hand, with a Rapidograph pen. These butterflies are paper, not real specimens, with tiny wire antennae. Soft Spring neutrals, and great for display on wall or shelf.
Happy Tuesday, from the Dog and me.