Shall we try for a Quarterly Report next time? Semi-annual? Heck, let’s just jump right to Annual! Or . . . maybe not. I don’t really want to lose all my readers – all three of you that are left, anyway!
I’m going to skip the excuses (there are many) and get right to showing what I’ve done recently – of which there are many as well!
This was a kit from the local quilt shop. I’ve had it for awhile, but it went together pretty fast once I decided to work on it.
This is from a pattern called “Take Five On-point”. The package says you take 5 minutes to choose 5 fabrics and in 5 hours you’ll have a finished top. Well, it took more like 10 hours, but that included coffee breaks and gossip time, so I’m thinking that’s about right!
This table runner was a quick project after a friend showed us how to layout charm squares for a simple runner. I wanted something for Fall and I happen to have this charm pack from a Shop Hop – who knows when! For awhile I was buying charm packs a lot, until I realized I didn’t know what to do with them! I’m getting more ideas now.
Art Journal Emporium:
August was pretty busy, but things slowed down in September somewhat. At least in my Art journal! Here’s a couple of exercises from Pam Carricker’s “Creating Art at the Speed of Life”
Dolls & Other Things:
A couple of projects from my doll club’s August and September meetings. Top picture is my box “totem”. We collaged and embellished boxes or square cubes with symbolism that had a personal meaning. I made mine so there are three storage compartments. You know – for secrets. Ha!
The bottom picture is two cone dolls. These are literally cardboard cones that I’ve collaged onto. We had a selection of clay faces to choose from, and multiple face molds. I used several of the molds and I have a couple more cones, so I can do more dolls. These are too much fun!
That’s about it. Two months gone by in a rush – but fun projects got done anyway!
Want to see what I’m working on next?
It involves this fabric. The fuchsia flowers match the trim in my sewing room. Sarge was sooo nice to paint it since he really dislikes fuchsia!
Now to get back to sewing and scrapping!