(Ok, I'm not really a witch, but I probably would have been burned at the stake in 17th century Salem.
I am a big fan of midwifery, pirates, and eating a peck of dirt before you die.)

Monday, November 22, 2010

Current projects

I've been so lucky to have LOTS of reasons to spend every free moment in my studio!

Three (!) commissions.  One for my "it takes a village" quilt, which I've been wanting to do for a while! 
a couple of details from that...

And I've been trying to catch up to Liz's Half Square Triangle Madness madness.
That's a pretty impressive stack of HST's, no? the leaning tower of madness...

Here's my design wall back in action with another project.  I love those little squares.  Ashley over at FITF  turned me on to this design.

 I'm making this one for my brother.  My other brother got one for xmas last year.  I'm digging the darker gray in this one.

I actually have a long list of things to make for xmas, but I'm having a hard time getting to them.  But I'm not complaining....

What are you working on instead of holiday projects ?


  1. Am really into dark grey - looks especially fab on/in a quilt and I love overlay pattern too ;-)

  2. Ooooh, fun details on your village quilt! Love it! And have been craving a bit of grey myself. Happy Thanksgiving!

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