Quilting, Wendy's Longarm Quilting, Thunder Bay, Ontario

Welcome to March

Our days are getting brighter…so they feel longer which is very welcome. February seems to have flown by. I was busy with customer quilts, family and a little of my own projects. Our area began another lockdown today due to rising covid cases which feels discouraging. I will have my grandson with me as the schools are back to virtual learning. I plan to start planting some seeds with him this week.

So many of my friends and customers have told me how thankful that they are for their quilting as many of us get lost in our work which makes the days pass more easily.

Laura’s Care-bears.
Care-bear quilt back

Laura’s Care-bear quilt was a pleasant surprise as most quilts arrive to the door these days and the quilting decisions are left to me. I raised my daughters during the Care-bear era and I couldn’t help but think how much the world could use those bears these days 😊

It was a fun cheerful quilt and it was quilted using a tried an true pantograph called popcorn which gives a cloud like appearance.

This tulip quilt is also a reminder that spring will arrive.

The reason that we no longer grow tulips

2 thoughts on “Welcome to March”

  1. What a sweet post you sent this morning. I gave up on tulips here too. I had some old river birches that were going to cause trouble cut last summer and acquired a sunny garden bed AND deer eating the hostas planted there. I’ll be spraying the homemade concoction I found for sure this spring. There are no poisons involved; the spray repels via scent and taste I think.

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