I got a big curly hair to make great big quilted wall hangings. I've wanted to for a long time, but I finally got out the paper and started designing. I've made the blocks for each, sewed them together, and crazy-quilt stitched the block joins. I'm now cutting out the wool design pieces and am appliqueing them on. It's a verrrry slow process.
In the end, I will create patterns to sell in my Etsy shop, and have the wall hangings for my home. Wait, is that the end? Oh no.
A friend in a local sewing group invited me to a crazy-quilting class. I've always wanted to make a crazy quilt--there's something so wonderfully unrestricted about this form of quilting. So I went, and boy did that bug bite me hard! So add THAT art form to the too-many-bees-in-my-bonnet.
Here are some photos of the wall hanging project. My husband is so very patient with my messes. The design stage required a bit more space than my studio allowed, so I set up a 6 foot table in our bedroom--which stayed there for three weeks! (I have started a part time job, which causes the most inconvenient interruptions.)
Hope your February is going as you would have it go. It's been wet here--which is good, because we've had a scary-dry winter. Cheers!