Here we are 3+ weeks into January. Time sure does flywhen you're having fun!
I gave a presentation about silk and silk fusion, at the Palmetto Fiber Arts Guild meeting on Saturday.
We also did a scarf dyeing class. George went with me and we each did one. We enjoyed working with a tissue paper product that had dye powders in it. I have them soaking to make sure we have no issues with staining in the future.
Some of my fun has been playing with the pieces I made in my Silk Fusion workshop.
I'm not sure if this is where I will leave it. I have it pinned to another quilted wallhanging until I decide. This becomes #12 for January projects. #11, added on my last post, is an ongoing project of ripping and rolling bandages for mission groups.
Also on the last post 1,2,3,and 8 were completed.
#9 is the decluttering and organizing that is an ongoing project. I have added quite a bit to the boxes that I've already started so progress is being made.
#10 was to be prepared to go to my guild's Beach Retreat at the end of this week. There were some situations that arose and I will not be attending. I may just take the weekend and stay in my sewing room except to eat and sleep. And go to church.
Numbers are a bit out of order, but that's pretty much the way life goes for me!
4- The Mermaid sweater is no longer. I started from the bottom with unraveling it, and using the yarn for a cowl/scarf. Not entirely happy with this either. I may unravel it all! This picture shows the cowl on the upper portion of the chair and the remains of the sweater below on the seat section. lol
#5 was my Basic Crazy Quilting Class project. I have removed it from the stretcher bars and trimmed it. The blues/greens fabric is what I'm think about using for a frame around it.
6 and 7 have not been moved forward as of this morning.
So here's where I stand:
And now I'm off to get a few things done before I get some lunch.
Hope your month is full of fun too. Luann