Peter Potter Gallery. The bibs and blankets, and lavender bags too, have been selling reasonably well - I guess a slow trickle would be the best description, rather than rushing out of the shop. But, still, I'm pleased and they are happy so I've been working on some quilts. The Gallery space is cleared out at this time of year for a Christmas shop and there's all manner of beautiful goods, mostly hand crafted, so it will be very interesting to see how my quilts fare. Pricing is really tricky - there's so much, beautiful, fabric in a quilt and a whole lot of loving time and attention goes into making each one, but with the shop taking the standard 50% it is hard to set a price which works for me as well as a potential customer. I think, really, that quilts will probably only work properly online in a shop of my own, or on a hosted site like folksy, but this way I am getting feedback and exposure so I think it is a good starting point.
I've backed the quilt in the unbleached flannel that I use so often, the wadding is low loft cotton too but combined with the flannel it makes quite a thick snuggly blanket.
Binning Wood this morning with the dog. I guess it would be more accurate to say that I walked and carried while Katie shouted at the dog - she's such a dog lover. Yesterday I found her searching through Islay's soft toys (they were on the floor as I'd been changing sheets) for the two dogs she knew she'd find there. All the other animals were thrown aside and once she'd found the dogs she made off with them at high speed! I've asked one of my brothers if he'd like to give her a soft dog of her own for Christmas, I think she'd be very happy to have one of her own.