This has been a busy month (are there any that are not?). Here's a sampling of what's going on this week. I am taking a once a month wool club class with Tamra at the Stitchin' Post. It's based around Sue Spargo's Bird Dance pattern. I already have plenty of wool and embellishments, so I started a new project! Silly me.
I taught my own class: Whimsical Journal Covers on Wednesday. It was a small, but very fun class. Above is my fox I stitched on as a demo. Below is Jeannie's dog, my pattern inspired by Scrabble. So cute!
Lindsey was excited to make a cover to fit a different sized journal. Isn't that pretty fabric! I forgot to get a picture of the other student's journal, but she did a pieced strip version that was really pretty.My fox is done and when I get a chance I'll be finishing up all these other journal covers to put in the shop.
Above is the quilt that's been my nemesis lately. I got really, really tired of putting together all those little squares. I will love the final product, but not the process. Below is the little project I nearly finished while avoiding the one above. This one is created from demo pieces from my Portland guild Improv class. I love it! And, best of all I love the process too. If I know one thing about myself, it's that I need variety!