Random.org has done its magic and congratulations to lucky No 4, Janet, who is the winner of my little quilt.
The lovely young lady on the 17th of May photos is not me, but our lovely daughter with our lovely grandson. I’m sorry to disappoint any new readers; I should have specified that and not made you believe I am a beautiful 20-something instead of a middle aged grandma.-)
I managed to squeeze a couple of small projects in between other tasks this week.
This month’s theme for The Monthly Design Challenge at Finki’s is Indigenous Australia. Fortunately she included a definition: Indigenous: Originating and living or occurring naturally in an area or environment.
I’m not quite sure that my fish meets the description as it is from an Australian rock painting. I wanted to make a fish quilt and while googling Australia+fish this image popped up and I loved it. The words are from my favourite saying “Det er von i hengande snøre” which translates into something like “There is hope in a hanging (fishing) line”.
The other finish from this week is another I know, I know quilt, “I know more”, for a friend overseas.
Both quilts have my favourite Keith Haring paper clips attached for hanging. I got a few boxes from a clearance bin several years ago, and have used them for small pieces like Christmas cards. I’m running out of them, so I’ll have to find some other cool clips at some point.
I’ll be linking this up to Amylou’s Sew & Tell on Friday as tomorrow's post will be my entry to the Blogger's Quilt Festival. Will you be participating?