Speaking of table runners, we made one in Christmas fabrics, using a technique called "Magic 9-Patch". We made a bigger quilt that way for the shop (it's the one Bristol is laying on in that post), but this one is using our fabs.
Bristol interviewed Mom about how to do this; they put up a tutorial of sorts on the Bernina Boys' Blog. We haven't quilted the runner yet, but it's in the "to do" stack!
And here's Mom's latest "hand work" project. I got to choose lots of colors for it! Even though Mom loves to machine quilt with her Bernina, she is a hand-quilter at heart. She also hand-pieced the little Grandmother's Flower Garden pieces here and hand-appliquéd everything. Doesn't this look like it would be great to snuggle under?
Yeah. That's what I thought, too. But here's some size perspective for you:
Woo. I need a bigger quilt!
We've been working on some jewelry and little purses, too, getting Christmas gifts ready! A Guide Dog for the Color Blind's work is never done!
I hope you enjoyed seeing some of our latest projects!