the aprons look great. I never had any until I inheirited my mothers. She always wore aprons.
I like the cookie quilt too. I'm glad that your here. You and Samuel are proof on here that men can be just as creative and talented as women.
Hi Henry love your aprons. They seem so popular now. You should check out Debbie Synder blog she designs aprons patterns. I was really surprise to see so many varieties and designs. Now I know what to do with the Asian fabric I brought back from Beiing! Would make a lovely entertaining apron. It so good to see a man quilting - see it isn't just for little old grannies!!!!! Happy Quilting.
I do not do a lot of hand quilting. Only a little when I just feel that the sewing machine can't handle it. :)
I am taking a couple classes each semester until I get my Bachelor degree in Liberal Studies-Historical Perspective emphasis.
I just love the train quilt.... I see you must make a lot of them for others. That is such a nice feeling, isn't it? I have made several for grandchildren, but not all of them have received them yet. I work on them by what's coming up, like sweet 16, just turning 13, also I did three holiday quilts for three of the grandkids that live away. I did a space one for one of the grandsons, etc. I haven't posted any pictures yet, I will get to that. Do you do a lot of hand quilting, Henry? That really takes patience, that I wouldn't do well at. I enjoy the machine quilting.
Have a great day............ Hope all went well with your visit to UNC. Are you just taking a class or two or do you have a special major in mind?
no pattern for harold. my daughter who is a graphic design student drew him for me because my attempt at his head looked like a lightbulb. we made a pattern on freezer paper and i appliqued him on with my new pfaff. his facial features were difficult for me. sadly i only took two pictures of the quilt but i entered him in a contest before he went to the project linus group in maine and i won first place!