Monday, October 14, 2013

Leftovers

I can't seem to get past puttering and on to a "real" project in the studio for what seems like ages. (The garage has been the biggest beneficiary of said puttering as of late.) And I still have scraps of that strip-pieced band I can't quit playing with. You've seen the bookmark on the right. I decided to make a mug rug to go with it, getting it quilted and satin stitched in a small chunk of spare time before dinner last night. Now these are off to a special friend...

4 comments:

Lucia Sasaki said...

Hi Sheila!
Beautiful artwork, congratulations!
I think little projects do good to the soul as much as big projects, if well done.
Thanks for updating your blog, share your achievings and give us, your loyal readers, opportunity to comment about them.
Great day!!

The Inside Stori said...

Hey.....sometimes just puttering is what the mind needs before moving into something more major.....and for heavens sake immediate gradification is so uplifting!

Besides.....you've devoted so much time to the art of lino printing....how would you have room in your life for another project right now anyway??

Linda Stokes said...

Small projects are so much better than no projects! Useful things make good gifts too.
Your printing is looking great.

The Idaho Beauty said...

You guys are the BEST cheerleaders - thanks!