…for the guest room. I didn’t realize I had selected a fabric by Tim Holtz until I cut the selvage away. That figures! I buy a lot of his products.
I am making jewelry exclusively for the Quilt Square Girls in West Jefferson, NC!
The quilt Square Girls, Syndi (above) and Renee, specialize in Barn Quilts, and they have made over 1000! Laura and I wandered into their shop one day, and Syndi spotted one of my necklaces that Laura was wearing. “Can you make those for us,” she asked? I could, and I did!
The lavender one sold the first day! I am having the best time making these!
was great fun. This old science teacher celebrated by crafting! I’ll share later. Here’s a photo I got as the moon receded.
I put my eclipse glasses over the lens in my iPhone and took this. I didn’t realized I had captured anything until I enlarged it!
And mine is almost ready!
I did decorative machine stitching around both circles, today.
I don’t have but 20 stitches on my simple machine. I chose #17. It looks like a daisy chain or a row of little starburst!
I’m getting ready to commemorate the upcoming solar eclipse here in the US. It’s been “under my iron” so far, today. I used three fat quarters, 2 dinner plates of slightly different diameters and some Wonder Under. Now to decide how to finish it…
to add to my unfinished quilt collection!
This one is a Split Rail baby quilt I finagled from a jelly roll bundle. The fabric is Butterfly Blooms by Lily and Loom. I ordered it from Craftsy. I pulled all the pink, purple and green from the roll and had just enough to make what I hope will be a 36×42″ quilt. I haven’t measured yet, I’m too chicken!
I forget sometimes that I have Kaleidoscope Kreator 3.
All of these were created from this day lily photo:
Just finished this Kumihimo cord! I am so happy with the colors! I would have never thought to combine copper, gold and raspberry, but the stone did it for me! I dyed the raspberry cords, myself!
is another woman’s palette! The dining room table at Mama’s House