How cute is this snail planter overflowing with muscari hyacinths!?!
When I see it I always smile because it means Heidi from Libellenquilts has popped over to visit. I first met Heidi a few Bloggers Quilt Festivals ago when she showed her All You Need Is Love quilt. This is the quilt that inspired my Love quilt..
Heidi's quilts are always wonderful and you'll find she has a way with words, quilted as well as spoken :)
Hi Heidi, Tell us a bit about yourself?
How long have you been quilting?
What enticed you to start quilting?
Of course, when the kids where younger I didn't have that much time to quilt and nowadays it's normally the evening or sundays when I find time.
What do you love about quilting?
Is there any part of the process that you don't like?
Do you have a favourite sewing saying or motto?
What model sewing machine do you use?
Do you listen to music while you sew? What is your favourite type or cd?
I love music from the seventies until now, b.e. Cat Stevens, Abba, John Legend, John Mayr, Jason Mraz, Adele and one of my newest favourites: Fun
What is your favourite food?
Sadly not any more. We had a cat, which often sat on quilts or fabrics when i was sewing. Sometimes I had to stop the sewing machine, when she wanted some attention
Tell us about the house block you've made?
Thank you Heidi, I LOVE your house block!! It's such a friendly house and it looks as though it's dancing!! The sunny yellow bird is wonderful and I love that you used dragonflies, now I know what Liebelle means!!
I just have to show one more of Heidi's quilts.. This was made as part of the Liberated Amish 2012 challenge, I just love everything about it, such a great example of how quilting can add a whole other layer of interest to a quilt! Heidi has donated it to AAQI to be auctioned to raise money for research about Alzheimers .