My friend Agnethe and I finished our exam in personal management today, and what better way to celebrate than to visit Lappemakeriet :) (after eating a huge pancace at the Pancace House next door).
I have a plan, and that is to convince Agnethe that the only sensible thing for her to do is to become a quilter. I really did a good job today! She totally loved the shop, and went home with lovely fabrics, needles, silkthread and a new scissor. Unfortunately, my head was still in a "exam-cloud", and I forgot to take pictures. Anyway, the next step in my plan is to invite her to my house for a pillow-sewing-day.
Naturally, I couldn`t go home emty-handed, so I bought this lovely jelly roll from Moda, and more silk thread.
I am working on two Waverly bags, and have finished the stitching part and some of the applique. Maybe I`ll finish the bags this weekend?
I have a large collection of japanese fabrics that I have had some trouble thinking out what to do with. May Britt
provided me with a lot of inspiration on the matter when I met up with them at Bentes house a couple of weekends ago. I am now making a rough manly quilt, it is a gift to one of my brothers. He is very patient, and always answers all my silly questions about computers, Internet and so on. (He is a computer-genious).
Have fun sewing!