happens far more frequently than I care to mention. One would think that many years of quilting experience would build a level of caution around super sharp objects. Alas, it does not and I continue to leave small amounts of my genetic code on the quilts I make…
I find it important to plan random placement of fabric.
If I don’t carefully plan truly random things happen and the same fabrics might accidentally be stitched together. Can’t have that…
I needed more, more, more blue fabric.
Fabric as blue as the sky. A weekend of blue is ahead for me.
My lovely friend Flo has been living in the UK for almost two years. This week she returned to Australia. I saw her today
and it seemed like we continued the conversation we started just a moment ago.
After work each day I walk from my office to my Pete’s. It takes about twenty minutes.
As I walk over the hill I am rewarded with a peek at the Pacific Ocean above the concrete surrounds.
The sea breeze against my face is a highlight of my day.