So hard to believe that 9/11 was nineteen years ago.
I still haven't gotten started on the notecards for each purse, but I do have a plan!
And I have been working in the studio happily, Having both hands and arms is huge! I cleaned up from all the purses and started in on organizing and going through scraps.
I'm quilting by machine a grandson's quilt, and it feels good to machine quilt. He wants a light weight quilt. So, Mountain Mist poly batt and an Art Gallery backing. I love the texture of this quilt.
My Chicago MQG is doing a charity quilt for QuiltCon 2021 based on Chicago music. Below is my block. Guess whose music I chose?
Reorganizing and cleaning the studio after the 31 purses was productive. And to further the carthasis, I started going through all my scraps - ironing, cutting most into 2.5" strips, sorting by color, and making one wacko pile.
My scraps have scraps. Some of my scraps are 20 years old. Some of my scraps I look at and still love and remember exactly what I did with them. Quilters are like that. This final picture has things organized on a table, but that's not a great permanent storage place. I'm doing a workshop in a week about scraps and improv quilting. I will have a lot to choose from.
The studio? A happy and productive place. And yes, I'm working on those notecards!