|You may recall his main squeeze, from my previous post, is Myrrh. Aka Myrrh Tull. 😉|
Thankfully I have enough scraps of all these fabrics, well maybe not those eyes, so I was thinking I'd be making another, but when I put him on the design wall amongst his herd, I thought, hmm, he'll do methinks.
|This isn't the final layout -- just playing|
Churn dash, aka Hole in the Barn Door, blocks will alternate with the cows. I sewed, or should I say, thanks to Janine of Quilts From the Little House's wit, churned out several yesterday, ha ha. Just look what a different design is created with a couple of 180-degree turns of sections!
|"Kewl!" as my sister Linda would write.|
I laid out my two biggest slabs to date of the Scrap Vortex:
|Miss Bella didn't see why I needed a ruler to show you how big they are getting; she was happy to be a measuring device!|
She then proceeded to play with her piled together toys and somehow got tangled up and said, with her baby blues, "Take a photo of me now! I can be the poster cat for Windham Fabrics! They know they want me! They just don't know it yet!"
Another collage for your viewing pleasure, one from Instagram so you may have seen it if you follow me there:
You may recall I recently wrote about the random fish painted on the tarmac or asphalt road, Oklahoma Street, to be exact. That is the first photo. I knew there were two, but didn't think you needed to see both. Well the other day while walking back home along the street from the opposite direction, I spied that second one, and a third one! If you look very closely, you will see a white blob just under my arrow in the middle picture of Seattle Street. I didn't want to walk closer for fear of appearing rude or a stalker or worse, a peeping Tomasina, so take my word for it, there's another in the road there. The third photo is of a third fish! I just love the whimsy, don't you?
It's that time of year again, goal-setting time, New Year Resolutions looming. I am a goal-oriented person, and even though I no longer work full-time, I still operate this way with lists, LOVE my lists! Tish and I had a long conversation last night that involved some goal-setting. I'll be back tomorrow to give you the skinny!
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