I really like her work! She looks at the textile World just a little different,
and I like the resulting quilts she creates! This is a photo from the Quilters Newsletter Magazine (Feb/Mar 2010-page 90) of her quilt creation called C-L-I-C-K II. Isn't it fantastic!!! The quilt blocks were made in circular form then connected with plastic clasps. The quilt can be taken apart and rearranged and new circles can be added on.
I was so inspired that I am going to try this same idea. I want to do a quilt with the clasps based on music and songs that mean something to me. I purchased a bunch of the clasps this weekend.
I would also like to figure out some way to tape each song so that when someone is looking at the quilt, they can hear the song too. Still trying to figure that one out tho.
Two songs I know I want to do is "Unwritten" by Natasha Bedingfield and "When you believe " from the movie "Prince of Egypt"
Do you have a song you especially like? Share the song title and artist in the comment section.
Cleaning out closets and drawers...washing the Winter things and packing them away....
Scrubbing windows and curtains to let the sunshine in and get rid of the cobwebs....
I made a trip to our local Deseret Industries, which resales used things.
I dropped off our load at the back door, then drove around to the front and went it... I found this wonderful selection of patterns for 50 cents each, and only one had been cut!
Spring is also time to start being outdoors...
The flowering bulbs are beginning to bloom across the front porch But as you can see in the top right of the photo...I still have the snow shovel up on the porch! My Grandson loves to say Hello to the neighbors chickens and goats.
Quite a while ago, I posted about trying to learn to knit.
This is my current project...a new scarf for me. The photo doesn't show the beautiful green color, with little flecked of brown, black and gray all thru it. I liked this yarn so much I bought 5 skeins last year, tho I didn't know what I was going to do with it.
I like the knit stitch, but am struggling with the purl stitch.
Hope where ever you are, you had a wonderful Easter Sabbath!