Just recently, a couple of weeks in fact, I became aware of the term “maker” as applied to crafters/artisans/diyers . . . . I like it. I am a maker of things useful and otherwise, interesting and otherwise, beautiful and otherwise. I make.
Pattern: The letters are from the Moda “Spell it with Fabric” blog hop, reduced to 3/4 size.
Fabric: The blue background fabrics are from Amy Butler’s “Daisy Chain” collection; other fabrics are stash scraps.
The Cavies (aka guinea pigs Tula and Chia) live in the basement in the summer; their house is at the bottom of the staircase. I made this floor quilt for the landing in front of the cage, partly for The College Kid’s amusement, but mostly because I have never made fabric letters. The backing fabrics are Joel Dewberry home decor weight scraps, the batting is also made up of scraps from other projects, and the binding is made from one of Mom’s nightgowns. This was a fun project, and the letters were addictive to make. I also sewed a whole set of letters at full size for one of Emily Dickinson’s pithy poems . . . . that one is a “someday” quilt.