We're back at House 1 for the weekend events leading up to GS-2's wedding in August. No stitching came with me so I thought I'd catch you up on a few things now that all my pictures have come unstuck from the cloud.
First the wall hanging in the living room.
The center is a panel; I don't recall the pattern name for the setting.
The photographer is crooked, not the quilt.
As if I don't have enough quilts of my own,
I put a pair of my mother-in-law's Iris quilts in the "purple" guest room
(even the shower stall and toilet are periwinkle).
They were made from kits in the 1960s. She did beautiful stitching.
The frames laying on each bed hold two of MILs water color paintings of flowers --
one is peony and the other is rhododendron,
very appropriate considering the plants in our garden.
Speaking of the garden, look what survived the deer attack ...
I'm afraid of what I will find when I return, though,
since DH forgot to remind the HVAC guys to close the gates after installing the AC unit.
And in the sewing room, all the blocks have been trimmed and
are on the wall waiting to be artfully rearranged before assembly.
|Five and Dime from Loose Change|
No, that's not a black and white photo; the fabrics are all shades of gray and cream.
I just realized that today is the last day of the month
and I have made no more progress on the turquoise RSC Loosey Goosey column.