We have had a new reveal at Latitude quilts. Our theme this time was «Under the surface». So, with this theme, I decided – literally – to go under the surface. When archeologists dig, they relate to the different layers the soil has, and can place the different artifacts according to these layers. In 1905, two archeologists started digging in the Oseberg burial mound at Slagen in Tunsberg, and found one of the finest finds to have survived the Viking age.
This treasure has inspired me in so many ways, so this is my tribute to what our ancestors left us. The green grass-grown mound above the surface, and the burial-ship with all its beautiful content under.
Well, this was my contribution, do head over to Latitude quilts to see the rest of the quilts: