|Butterfly for October 2016|
|Pfaff sewing machine I'm using now.|
|My 'liberated' four patch log cabin surround quilt, yes, I share my work space.|
|There's enough backing to fold around for the binding.|
My October butterfly calendar features a Heliconius butterfly. They are a brush footed, New World butterfly, eating passion fruit vines as larvae. Who would have thought?
The weather here in New Hampshire has been cloudy and cool with rain off and on. Not great lighting for photos but one must carry on. It's also a good excuse to shop for cold weather clothes which I've been doing; new sweaters, boots etc..
In my new workroom I'm using a Pfaff Ambition sewing machine which does everything I want it to. My husband shares the work table with me so he's got his guitar finishing tools and his Apple Computer on one side and I do my sewing on the other side. I've ordered a small Omnigrid foldaway
from Nancy's Notions, so I can trim and press as I'm piecing without having to run out to the big ironing board in the laundry room.
That's what up in New Hampshire!
Thanks for sharing your progress and work, I enjoy keeping up with what you're doing.
Hope your weekend went well!