Nope! I agree.
This sign was recently pasted nearby and it is a great reminder, I had to photograph it. No, indeed, our dreams are not somnolent, but rather invigorating.
This weekend I gathered with my gal pals to quilt at retreat. I spent the last two weeks printing the peacocks, woodblock ditties and chevrons and I was prepared to begin a quilt top using the fabric.
I had forgotten that Pickles, the peacock would greet us when we arrived at the retreat center. Pickles likes crackers, but we assume this is not normal peacock food. Pickles did get some crackers from us. He worked very hard for them.
I began a quilt top. I love it so far. I think it needs a border, an asymmetrical border of medallions and woodblock ditties as seen in the upper right corner of this photo. My goal for this week is to complete printing fabrics that can be used in the border. Fun! I love having creative goals like this.
This sign resides on a wall close to the gym and I could not resist a selfie in front of it. I hope you are feeling creative too. Creative in the very way that pleases you most.
I will be teaching:
You Can’t Resist This, where we will use soy wax as a resist along with paint on cotton fabric.
Small Works, Big Impact, where we will make small works while exploring the use of the sewing machine and some pretty nifty techniques.
Journaling with Embroidery, where we will make a Gather your Sew-plies!! purse, so you can sew, wherever you go!
3 thoughts on “Progress and the peacock”
Hi to you!!! I love your peacock fabric and the quilt is exciting. I am moving towards creating. I have felt the nudges and started cleaning my space. It had once again became a repository for things that were just dropped once I opened the door, or for things we needed to store for a bit. No more! Only creative supplies are allowed inside. Soon, very soon. 🙂 Have a fabulous day!
I love what you are doing! Thanks for taking us along on your creative journey.