Looking Back, Looking Forward…

It’s hard to believe September is already here!  It’s even harder to believe that 13 years ago today I gave birth to our second child.  Two teenagers in the house… yikes!  Happy Birthday Zack!

Doing a little inventory, in this brief time of breathing deeply, I see that August was a busy month for me.

As I look forward, of course I have tons of new ideas for new quilts, many more to post in my shop, a few yards of fabric to dye… sooo much to look forward to.  Today, I start the quilting on this one, a prototype for an upcoming article I’m working on.

Finally, I’l love to do a little more of this; Pojagi, or Korean patchwork is simply beautiful.  Ohhh, love, love, love.  So many possibilities!  You can read how to do here, on the Silly BooDilly’s site.   I hope you too are able to take some time to look forward and back.  These simple moments remind us how far we’ve come and how far we’ve got to go!

RuthSeptember 4, 2011 - 11:08 pm

I was going to comment on the reflection in the iron too – my iron is so dirty it doesn’t reflect anything!

karenSeptember 4, 2011 - 12:20 pm

Happy birthing day to you a few days late! All your work is simply stunning. I always leave your posts feeling inspired. Thank you!

Candy from Candied FabricsSeptember 2, 2011 - 3:49 pm

OOh, love the colors on these new works toooo! THat picture of the workin in progress is so cool – I had to really zoom in before I understood I was seeing a reflection of the quilt in the iron’s surface on the bottom left corner.

rumiSeptember 1, 2011 - 8:19 pm

Great work. I have following your site and love your work.
Thank you!
The Korean patchwork is really amazing. I was so impressed that I made a curtain in front of a lamp in my house.
http://3patchcrafts.blogspot.com/2011/02/curtain-inspired-by-klimts-kiss.html

maria vitaSeptember 1, 2011 - 3:49 pm

wowww…. a wonderfull patchwork….
i really want to do it….
great job!! just to watch your handycraft… made me want to do something….
thank you !!!

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