Progress continues on the jacket. One of the sleeves is on so I'm just about done.
I've decided to take a leap a day for the rest of the year by trying something that I don't know how to do. I tried a couple of journal pages - just adding color so they'll be ready for journaling ....
I have a lot to learn but at least I gave it a try! :) I spritzed the pages after adding the color, but didn't get much movement/removal of the ink. Ah, sooooo much to learn!! (I DO enjoy the learning part!!)
I've started sewing together rows for a red tumbler quilt:
These are just tossed up on the design wall & will be getting shuffled a number of times, I'm sure. Earlier this year I cut up all my red scraps using my GoBaby. I was going to add another color, but decided to stay with just red (for the center) for an "all reds clash beautifully" sample. The tumbler blocks finish at 3". There will be lots of dups, but not next to each other in the final quilt.
This will be a small piece - just about 30" x 42" (or maybe just 36" or 39" if it gets too out-of-proportion) before borders. This is another thing I want to do ... work smaller. These smaller pieces will be experiments, practice, sample pieces ... and at some point in their life, they'll be just the right size for wheelchair quilts. So far I'm liking the red tumbles!!!! I can't wait to see where this little piece goes.
And that's my day! Thanks for stopping by!!