A trip to Lappemakeriet is like an injection of Vitamin Q.
Tuesday is my favourite day to go there, as then I can meet sisters in quilting at Kaffelappen (Coffee patch) :-)
This is Trine's new quilt in the Norwegian quilt magazine Quiltemagasinet.
It is gorgeous!
Sigrun is making lovely scrappy Dresden Plates.
I have been watching reruns of the show Herskapelig on TV - historic buildings in Norway.
See - I spot a hexagon quilt on the bed!
Sølnes Gård in Møre og Romsdal - the region up on the west coast where I have my family.
The quilt history in Norway is not rich, as Norway was a very poor country up to after WW2 and textiles went into rag rugs and not quilts.
Since I watch the reruns on web TV I could freeze the film and take a photo.
It made my day - I love old quilts :-)
Have I been sewing much - no
Will I meet the goal I announced on Monday - no
Will I have any finishes this month - no
Does it really matter - no
Have I had a good time anyway - Yes!
I am enjoying hand sewing and it is health and healing in every stitch :-)
10 star blocks done, 14 to go :-)
A good saying:
A smile is a window on your face to show your heart is at home.