Just as I was finishing up yesterday's post, I received an email from Gloria, who was a student in my Miniatures class last weekend in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia. She sent me a photo of the Log Cabin miniature she has just finished. Isn't it great!?
I hope all readers will leave a comment below and tell Gloria what an awesome job she has done. As you can see it is about 11" square overall. I love how she has planned the placement of her fabrics - the print and the darkest brown, to give a secondary design. Well done, Gloria! (Yes I feel like a proud parent.. lol)
When I teach the Miniatures class, I give lots of tips for improving one's accuracy for precision piecing. One of the tips is to slow down - sew slowly and carefully to maintain better control. Gloria's Guild sisters chuckled at that one, as apparently Gloria is as fast as a flash - she sews quickly and finishes things quickly. She told me herself, she loves to finish up projects, and has no UFO's (that's UnFinished Objects) hanging around. I can't imagine what that would be like! haha
Thanks Gloria, for sharing your lovely new Miniature with us. Well done!!
"Do not plan for ventures before finishing what's at hand." ~ Euripides