My youngest daughter, Heidi, has a 13 year old daughter, Cymia, who recently went on a week long holiday with a friend and her family. Before leaving Cymia was worried about what her parents would do without her for a whole week. They said, "you'll see". What they did was redecorate their apartment living spaces and master bedroom. Heidi came shopping at my lace to find a new quilt for her living room accent wall. She selected the quilt that is on the cover of the Quilting A Circle of Nine book.
Monday, April 19, 2021
Monday, April 5, 2021
I would like to share my quilt studio area with you. It is not very neat but it is very creative for my personal style of working and quilting. In fact, messy might be the best description. It seems messy is a life-long condition and obviously incurable.
Last week I found my second grade report card. Look on the left side and you will see the teacher was supposed to check for "good citizenship attitudes". At the bottom of the list is "Keeps desk and work in order". This area is not checked. Many years have passed since second grade, and I have not yet mastered keeping my "work in order".My studio is creative and productive. It may be too late for keeps work in order, but not for creativity.