A Little Ray of Sunshine

I live in Chilliwack, BC and while my family is safe and dry, a lot of people very close to me are losing their homes or are stranded in between mudslides. I thought a ray of sunshine would be appropriate as a sign of encouragement and hope for better days ahead.

I made this wall hanging a while back at a retreat and quilted it on my Janome Quilt Maker Pro 18 longarm quilting machine. I tried a pattern I hadn’t used before, as there are so many built-in designs from which to choose.

When I hung it on the door, I thought it looked pretty, but when the sun started streaming through the window today and showed off the dimension of the quilting, I thought WOW, that looks awesome! The sunshine brings in beautiful things.

Happy Sewing and to those living in BC, stay safe!

About Anne Stitcher

I have been an Educator with Janome for several years now. Crafting is my passion. I love to sew, quilt, crochet, knit, cross-stitch, scrapbook, paper tole and cook. I have so many hobbies. I am always doing something. I love to use my skills to help people in need and to pass on my knowledge to others. Happy Sewing!
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4 Responses to A Little Ray of Sunshine

  1. Cynthia Dickerson says:

    This is absolutely stunning, it is like you can almost see a face in the center!!

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  2. Jean Walker says:

    Hello Anne: Your quilt is absolutely stunning with the sunlight making it glow I am a Janome gal, love embroidery and free motion quilting.
    I also live in Chilliwack, and holding my breath that the flooding and landslides will be over soonest, then begins the massive cleanup and rebuilding. There is an enormous job ahead.

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    • janomeman says:

      Thank you for sharing the Janome Love, Jean, and thank you for your compliments regarding Anne Margaret’s quilt. She always does a beautiful job, doesn’t she? Our thoughts and prayers go out to those of you out west! We indeed hope for dry, sunny days ahead for the clean up to begin. Take care and stay safe!

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