Attempting to create order from my disorder so I can concentrate on the matter at hand (writing a pattern), I started to organize a stack of pages I've pulled from old magazines. One or two projects captured my attention and the next thing I know I've pulled fabric off the shelf, trying to find enough of the "right" fabrics to recreate the project on the page. More disorder!!!
|Chamomile Afternoon by Jacquelynne Steves|
Captivated by the freshness of this little project (44" square) from Jacquelynne Steves at The Art of Home, I have tentatively chosen this fabric as my starting point for the tea cup.
And now I've also gotten side-tracked by a Halloween block swap Denise Russart is hosting at Just Quiltin'. I've never done a block swap outside my close group of friends. I remember my mother getting sucked into a block swap back in the 70s and how problematic the "demands" of the other participants became to my sweet mother. She may have even uttered a few choice words ... just sayin'. I'm hoping block swaps have progressed beyond that point today!
So that's my design wall report for this Monday, such as it is. Heading out to our monthly guild meeting where I'll be cutting Halloween fabric, hoping to avoid serious weather developments later in the day.
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