Well, today starts our week three of the Feb/March Challenge. Lately I have been so inspired to create, but just setting up this challenge and being accountable to you has really helped to push me more.
Here is what I did with a little of the scrappy fabric.
I made Dave a Valentine’s Card with one of them.
I was so surprised when Dave caught Ally sleeping in my cube. It made me so happy. She’s been in there several times so evidently she likes it. I think I told you I made it for Molly since she won’t sleep in beds, but she has no interest.
I did finish the SAQA Collaborative Art Quilt for this month. It is due today, and I was so happy to finish it a couple days earlier. However, I can’t show it to you just yet.
In the back of my mind has been this picture of two pieces of watercolor I painted years ago.
I kept thinking, if I loved the look so much why don’t I just paint it on fabric. Then I thought, why do that since I already have it on paper. What about scanning and printing on fabric? So that’s what I did. They are now waiting to be used. Watercolor print is in front with fabric in the back.
This week I ran across information on the Mid-Atlantic Quilt Festival Online which takes place Feb 24-27. Since it’s late, a lot of the classes are closed, but I did find one I really wanted to take. In my quest to use up stuff around here I chose Judy Gelzinis Donnovan’s Creating New Cloth from Old Lace. I’m so excited. There are still some interesting classes open. Check them out here.
Another class, or really a three-day conference coming up this month is Rootstech. If you are at all interested in genealogy, this will be the place to be. It’s FREE and online February 25 – 27. There will be speakers and attendees from all over the world. Also, if you have a tree on Family Search, you’ll be able to connect with relatives who are attending. I think that is so cool. Here is the LINK to register.
The weather here is pretty cold and icy. I miss taking my daily walk. Now we are suppose to get lots of snow in the next couple of days. I took this picture the other day when I walked to the mailbox. It’s pretty, but I’m really looking forward to Spring.
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Oh my goodness, I love love love those hearts!! And your kitty looks just adorable peeking from the cube. I can imagine your happiness when you saw that. Your water color printed on fabric turned out great. How did you do that? Freezer paper?
Hi Kathleen, Thank you! I have been over the moon that at least one of my kitties liked that bed! To transfer photos to fabric I used the page labels. Here is a link to the tutorial. https://lyndaheines.blog/2020/02/07/printing-photos-on-fabric/ Thanks for dropping by.