Yes, the wonky stars quilt top is finished and Eline found her favourite backing fabric here..
This is only my second machine made quilt top and I have to say I am really pleased with my sewing machine, it (or is it a ‘she’?) did a great job
Apart from finishing this I managed to squeeze in another museum trip on a rainy afternoon, omg, there have been so many of those… I am so fed up with the rain, I can’t even begin to tell you, but this was a great trip to the Gemeentemuseum (Municipal Museum) in my hometown The Hague.
We were not the only ones though, more people were looking for something to do that rainy Sunday afternoon:
Of course, the famous Chanel suits
Jewelry, I loved this cuff bracelet
And this, a bill for Marlene Dietrich, she sure loved Chanel!
Some Chanel wisdom, she was one clever lady!
Apart from this exhibition you are allowed to visit the whole museum with your entry ticket. There was also an exhibition on Lalique glassware and one on Delft blue, with the tall tulip vases I love:
interesting in this exhibition: there were pieces of modern artists of their version of the Delft blue tulip vases:
An antique Delft blue birdhouse…. It looks cute, but that poor bird… no space at all…
If you have time I recommend a visit, it was an interesting afternoon, well worth it. Now back to today, busy day ahead so I better get on with it, would like to get some quilting done today as well. Next blogpost I will show you the finished wonky stars quilt top when it is sandwiched and hopefully a Phebe update, enjoy your day!