I swear I had no idea what I had gotten my self into when I started my snowman journey.
But I cut and I cut and I cut squares in blues and whites and black and reds.
Oh my there was a lot of squares.
And then I sewed and I sewed them into row after row until they resembled
a snowman like the pattern.
This thing was HUGE.
It is so big it drapes on the floor in my dining room.
Where I had to move it to so I could start cutting
the little twister units.
Now I am getting really nervous and I have to start cutting it up into little
pieces and I think I am going to be sick.
You want me to do what with this quilt I have spent hours and hours on.
But I take my little bitty twister template and I start to cut holes out of this quilt.
Oh my goodness, I have made a lot of holes.
This is how you line up the tool for row number 2.
Just do one row at a time and keep them in order when you cut
and sew them together.
That is really really important.
Okay. I have one row out of 40 sewn.
So far so good.
Okay a few more rows. It actually looks like something.
Holy Cow I am almost half way done.
Just a close up.
I can't believe it I finished my 40 rows.
Now to get it off to my friend Mary V to be quilted.
This is Mary when she brought back the quilt to me at the shop.
She is so cute and did such a great job.
All bound and finished.
I really wanted you to see a closeup of the quilting.
Because I think the quilting is a very important part of the finished product.
It is not hard to make, but I will say you have to be a person that will stick with it.
It is nice to be done and a big relief.
Hope you can stop by the store and
take a peak. I hung it up today.
The pattern is the Twister Frosty by Need'l Love.
Thanks for stopping by. Janeese