... and Other Stuff
I am convinced there is something on fire under Lake Dartmoor
because on some mornings I am greeted by this view:
|Dartmoor on fire|
Other mornings that area sparkles like diamonds. Just that one spot ...
Lately I seem to work in fits and spurts. My great plan to make 2-3 yellow-gray blocks (I really need to come up with a name for this quilt) per day came to a grinding halt last week as I jumped into two bell choirs, started yoga, joined a new guild, and played with the bells at church on Sunday.
|The Next 10|
While I haven't been stitching, I did spend time cutting, not only the next Y/G blocks, but kits for the Quilt Camp class in October.
|Bear Paw Shadow kits|
I know, it's hard to see what's in the baggies. This is the class project:
|Shadow of the Bear Paw - Trudie Hughes, designer|
In the meantime, my Asian bin has exploded in my cutting room.
Oh, and I managed to fit in a visit and lunch with The Joyful Quilter who happened to be at a knitting retreat just 30 minutes from my house on Saturday and Sunday.
I hope you are enjoying some of the milder autumn temperatures like we are in Middle/East Tennessee. And I hope your skies are clear so that you can enjoy the huge Harvest Moon tonight.
|Joy and me|