Let's see how the week went...
SUNDAY - ProjectQUILTING Challenge 14.5
Once my post went live, I headed upstairs for my weekly Zoom call with Knittingsuek:
The afternoon was a blur, but the evening found me finishing up my project from the Art Journal Dreams Retreat with Laly Mille:
MONDAY - (Not so...) Mini Monday
It's another work week. This lovely screen saver greeted me this morning. I had to capture it for LeeAnna @ Not Afraid of Color, as Flamingos are her favorite:
TUESDAY - Work and not a single photo for the day. Crazy, right?!
WEDNESDAY - I was pleased to be able to contribute a bag of canned good to the Art Feeds the Soul Quilt Show this morning. Thanks for inviting me, Stacy! Here we are in front of a lovely GREEN quilt, in honor of my RSC Quilter friends:
After racing home to inhale some lunch, I made it upstairs just in time to enjoy my weekly Zoom call with LeeAnna @ Not Afraid of Color:
Since we met early today, I had the afternoon to work on a variety of projects. No photos of the main one, but once dinner was done, I headed back upstairs for some GREEN scrappy fun:
Sorry about the photo! I was so engrossed in my work that I didn't notice the poor lighting.
THURSDAY - Work was preceded by a a bit of quilt assembly and was followed by a bit of knitting. Don't look too closely, as it's the first knitting I've done in nearly TWO YEARS!! This is the beginning of Neptune's Horses by Hilary Latimer:
FRIDAY - It's another work day, but before it was time to go, I enjoyed the final lesson in the Collage Makers Summit with Drew Steinbrecher - who is a modern quilter along with being a gel print maker and collage artist:
But WAIT!! There's more...
I also quilted a UFO project which was included in a scrap bag from my friend Maggie:
At work, GREEN and rotary cutting featured prominently in my day, but all I have to show for it is a pile of paper scraps and an extremely tired me:
SATURDAY - It's LINK PARTY day for the Rainbow Scrap Challenge! I hope you will join me in visiting Angela @ So Scrappy to see what the RSC Quilters have been up to this week. Hopefully, I'll have more to share next week.
Until next time...
Ooh, that's a pretty shawl pattern! Glad you're getting back into knitting these days. You always seem to have the perfect outfits for the monthly colors, too!ReplyDelete
Look at that--you're doing some knitting, too! Very vun.ReplyDelete
yea to knitting, boo to my photo which I hoop is not how I look in real life.ReplyDelete
You had another busy week. Love the color you are using in your knitting project. Happy stitching this week.ReplyDelete
A busy and fun week! I've never been one to "do" St Patrick's Day, but now that I am more aware of a few Irish ancestors, I may have to wear green this week too.ReplyDelete
You had a busy, productive week! I like seeing all you have going on and especially enjoyed seeing your art journal page. Nicely done!ReplyDelete