So, I invited Martha to come over to my Studio and pick out her fabric colors. Little did I know what I was in for...
Martha arrived promptly. She was so excited. She told me that she had been thinking about her color choices all day. And then she said, "The bag that you gave Katie and Anna is too big for me." Just as I was about to say it was no problem to make her a smaller bag, she said, "So I've been thinking that I'd rather have a quilt, just a small quilt that I can throw on my couch. That will be a lot easier for you than making a bag."
I was dumbfounded. And for once, I didn't know what to say. I'm not sure why Martha decided it was easier for me to make her a quilt. And I felt guilty because I'd already given Katie and Anna their bags, and what if they had preferred a quilt instead?
And it kept getting worse. After I took Martha into my Studio, she fell in love with some gorgeous, drool-worthy, hand-dyed fabrics that my friend Terri had made. I didn't realize that they were in the box of blue fabrics until Martha grabbed them. I had been saving these fabrics for a few years since Terri had stopped selling them. And then Martha chose a brand new piece of fabric that I had just brought home, that wasn't even part of what I was showing her.
I can only commend Martha for her good taste. I didn't give her any more options and I quickly escorted her from the Studio.
I made a Disappearing 9-Patch. It went together quickly. Joannie offered to quilt it for me for free to spare me any additional costs. Thank you Joannie! She did a big stipple and even quilted some dog bones in it.
|Here is Martha's finished quilt.|
Here are a couple more photos.
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Pugs and kisses,