I get a bit teary eyed when they win - whoever they are. All that hard work and sacrifice through years being channeled into the blink of an eye (picture borrowed here). People are crocheting that red & blue hat all over the country right now.
Anyways, I haven’t done much quilting wise, but at least one project is slowly moving along – mostly due to an evening with my fab quilting group and a few restless hours by the phone.
Besides my goal of becoming a confident zipperista this year (where do we send suggestions for brilliant new words; Encyclopedia Britannica?), I also want to stretch my colour comfort zone and use more yellow in my work (hence the header). What would that make me; a better colourista?
No time like the present, right, so here are my chosen neutrals for a new scrap quilt.
I purchased an extended rainbow of solids when putting together the fabrics for my Colour theory class Fargerike, and ended up with quite a few that did not make the cut. Literally. They had all been dutifully washed and put away, and it felt great finally putting some of them to use.
I’d better move on with my preparations for the Funky Fowl class tomorrow and Wednesday. I feel quite confident that all the bright colours and funky birds will cheer me up to no end.)
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