- In my e-mail I got something from or about Deidre Adams (can't find it now, of course!) and her "Facade" series;
- On the way in to work at The Shop I see the lines of snow melting against the hills...fence lines...the inevitable power poles and lines...;
- On my periodic jogs around this wee hamlet, the roads are corrugated strips of melt-slicked gravel, mud and slush...
And so on. :-)
Meanwhile, I'm working away at hand-stitching the lines I see in the small piece of snow-dyed fabric that is becoming my contribution to the "Spotlight Silent Auction" fundraiser at the SAQA conference in Portland. It's nearly finished now...
|LTFS: Roses I - WIP (c) 2015|
And yes, EB got back to me. Blocking out my design is next, so stay tuned!
Meanwhile, let's hop over to The Needle and Thread Network for WIP Wednesday -- and see what other Canadian stitchers are up to, eh? :-)
Looking good, Margaret. Sorry I can't be in Portland to see it in person.
Have I told you lately... I really enjoy seeing your blog header!!!
This is really lovely Margaret! What a great use for that piece of fabric. I was too slow to get anything ready for this auction but I am all ready for next year's 12x12!
Isn't it amazing that when you starting thinking about something, like lines, you start seeing it everywhere. Looking forward to seeing which of your designs you move forward with.
It's like having a song that you can't get out of your head. Lovely hand stitching on the SAQA piece. You should add it to their Pinterest board.
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