Tomorrow is my only day off this week. I have to work in my garden; it’s going to get warm here quite soon and I have beet and carrot beds to dig up and get ready for something for spring, which is a very short season around here. Maybe snow peas. We’ll see.

Yesterday I put a mitered border on the laminated silk organza piece I posted about a few weeks ago. I don’t know if this type of border really works for such a non-traditional bit of fabric….but this is just a sample. I’m going to quilt it within the next few days and see how it goes:

This is roughly 16″ x 22″.

Author: Clareannette

I love working and making art in the Sonoran Desert!

2 thoughts on “Progress…”

  1. How beautiful. I”m working on a hand quilted flying geese. Going to get back at it tomorrow. ARe you on facebook?

    1. Hand quilting is my favorite. I SO admire hand quilting. And flying geese is a lovely pattern.

      I first learned about quilting and the flying geese block in Margaret Atwood’s “Amazing Grace”. Quilting is a big theme in that novel.

      No, I’m Facebook free. I know everyone does it. Which I guess is why I don’t. Everything posted there belongs to Mark Zuckerberg, ultimately. I prefer to own my own domain name and consequently have much less online traffic. 🙂

      Plus, I’d never get any art done if I were on Facebook!

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