A finished Tova
As I was doing my fabric housekeeping a few weeks ago, I came face to face with my unfinished Tova. I had it all cut out months ago, and then put it on the to do list. Except it wasn’t getting done. I was slightly intimidated by the thought of sewing something to wear in public, especially for myself. But Very Kerry Berry had a lovely sew-a-long, and then my friend Bonnie gave me a nudge. And I had committed 3 yards of shot cotton to the project (it was already cut!) So this past weekend I finally tackled it, and am happy to say it is finished.
I even think it’s nice enough to wear in public. I’ll be at the Quilts At The Creek event at Black Creek Pioneer Village (Toronto) on July 28 & 29. And I’ll definitely be sporting my new Tova on one of those days. Do stop by and say hello!
(PS – you can buy the pattern here)