It’s been a funny old week
Foggy mornings and evenings with mist, low cloud and drizzle in between.
Wednesday afternoon was special: a poet friend brought another poet friend on the spur of the moment and the three of us workshopped our poems while Jock waited on us with tea and hilarity.
I am besotted with the embroidered Mister Fox which Jock has just finished, and he’s started another using a photograph taken by my son of a Canada goose with goslings.
I’ve been fairly productive too this week – I’ve finished the three embroidered butterflies on my pineapple scrap quilt, sandwiched it with help from Jock. The cramped state of the workroom made it almost impossible to get round the tables, one of which will have to go.
Minimal hand quilting is started in the central blocks and I’m hoping to quilt smaller butterflies in the side triangles to echo the embroidered motifs. These photos are included for Kate’s Scrap Happy/May blog at https://talltalesfromchiconia.wordpress.com/ You will enjoy a trip over there when it goes up tomorrow.
That’s been my week. Do pop in at Cate’s Place to see what other six-worders have been doing.