Crow Moon from Blobina on Vimeo. Thank you Mo for sharing on Facebook.
I like to curl up like this. And then s t r e t c h out. It's good exercise. These ribbons of feathers will act as ties for the large cloth we call Home. And then who knows? I've...
An ugly old rescued lamp. Used as a lamp for a while. Now a bird feeder with its innards removed and used for another lamp. Still ugly but gloriously useful. Holds a lot of seed. Squirrel proof, cat proof. So...
I suppose I have just been on vacation from any sense making. Just enjoying being on paper. Being outdoors. Being unplugged. Being healthy. Being somewhat irresponsible when it comes to days and schedules. A kind of UnDoing. But really not...
Solitude 1890 Jean-Leon Gerome
I am the Green Eyed Monster. I see you succeed at something, and I want it so desperately for myself I can taste it. My jealousy of your talent is so deep, I have been in a serious funk… more … Continue reading ?
#6 in a life series. But for now, Growth. Still in process. One stitch at a time. Nine for Growth. Crossroads in green. I'll be away, quiet for a bit. Some serious walking. Some spring fasting. Shed some winter weight....
Clinton's 2 daughters are just the nicest ladies. Alayanna came to meet us but her sister lives in GA. Here are the quilts I made for them. The peacock was made to hang on the wall in her sisters peacock room.
My dad's brother is Clinton. What a warm, sweet and charming man. Couldn't wait to write him as soon as I got home. Here is his batik log cabin.
These 2 were for the other aunts, Phayla and Maxine. Both such warm, pleasant ladies. Very welcoming.
Part of our vacation was to meet my dad's family. I have never seen him since I was 3 so was a little worried about meeting family that never knew you existed. They were simply awesome. Can't wait to keep in touch. Here are the 2 quilts for my Aunt Bonnie and husband Jack. Same pattern just different stitching.
While we were on vacation Debbie got to visit the place from her favorite TV show, Salvage Dawgs. Just so happened big dog Mike was there and she got a picture. She was in heaven to say the least.
May was an awesome month. Debbie and I made the trip to Ohio to meet my newly found sister. Jill and her hubby Mark turned out to be some of the sweetest people you could hope to know. To find out that you are related to her is nothing short of a blessing. Isn't she just cute as a bug.
Just thought that I would give everyone who passes by this site a little update as to what is new and what has been happening, and why the changes. You might have noticed that the site has had a bit of a makeover, I have gone from green...Show More Summary
Expect fewer words in June.
While wearing a green wool sweater because it is really too cold for June.
It is way cold. June 2. 46 degrees. A hot day or two in between. But it's ok. We've little invested for food growing this year. Except for greens. Greens grow well in the cool. But really, that's all we...
June is my month to oversee the block making for my Do.Good.Stitches group. So I am asking my fellow members to make these heart blocks for me. I was inspired by this mini quilt I found on Pinterest. I intended to make more blocks for this tutorial but my rib has been holding me hostage. […]
June? 54 degrees. Cold Rain. But at least rain. Overnight Green(er)ing Although I started this while Considering Weave around this time last year, well, July actually. Today it fits to considering Nine. For Growth. It will rain for days. I...
A little cloth dance in process today. Because we need the rain. Lately there seems either too much or too little.