The zigzag block of the day: little girls with kitties and lime green dots. Neither is really ugly (or ooo-gly, I as call it), but I wouldn't ordinarily put the two together.
I'm trying to "pretty up" my studio a bit. It's stark and white now - fine by me, but I do want to add a bit of color here and there. And I want to make the storage units look a bit better.
I had some scrapbook paper on hand, so I figured out what shape to cut it. Then I traced it nine times. Then I stuck it in the plastic drawers.
Oh yes, that will do very nicely. Easy peasy and cheap.
I had a very productive day. My new, evolving schedule seems to be unpacking/organizing/housework/hanging pictures in the morning. The afternoons are for sewing. In the evenings, I do handwork (Sue Spargo BOM, hexies, or unsewing) while TV watching.
We have a few things that are MIA - things that haven't turned up in all the unpacking.
1. My bicycle helmet - hubby's was found
2. My antique Singer sewing machine - the table that goes with it was found.
3. Some blue upholstery fabric I was going to use to cover a cushion.
I still have hope one or more of these things will turn up - there are a few boxes in the garage that I can't get to - hubby will have to help me dig. If I don't find them, I'll file a claim with the relocation company.
I am a wife, mother to two daughters, an avid art quilter, cooking contest entrant, and dog lover. My book, FABRIC PHOTO PLAY, AQS, 2005, demonstrates my original technique for making portrait quilts. My second book (with Peggy Rhodes), Quick and Easy Hexie Quilts was recently released.