Sunday, April 11, 2010

The sneezing has lessened, which is a good thing.  I still feel drained from all this- don't think I've ever had allergies affect me so strongly.  Whatever I'm allergic to, I hope it goes away soon.

In between lazing on the couch, I did audition fabric for April's IT piece.  If I'm feeling any better tomorrow, maybe I can start some sewing.  I'm taking a page out of Nellie's book, we'll see how successful I am.  I have pieces of tulle in lots of different colors, and it was interesting seeing how the different colors affected the fabric underneath.

I also printed on a onesie I dyed for Michelle.  I won't show the whole thing until her parents get it- but here's a detail.  

I'll also be trying to develop more designs for my QU class with Elizabeth Barton this week- so I have plenty to keep me busy.  Hope your week is a good one!


Gina said...

Dear Bev, I reached your blog via Sandra Starley. I had contacted her asking permission to do a blog post on her slice quilt Under the Tuscan Sun. If I understand her correctly, this is really your project. I write a blog where the goal is improving the web presence of fiber artists through mutual linking, useful information and inspiration. Would you give me permission to use the before and after photographs of this quilt that I found at the website. I would provide links and credits in the text to you and your Utah group of artists. Hoping you will say yes, Gina

Gina said...

Bev. I just realized I forgot to include the www in my URL.

Nellie's Needles said...

Sounds as though you're doing what a number of people expected me to do with our IT challenge photo. And yes, it's amazing how different colors of tulle change the general hue and the feeling of a composition.