It is still snowing here in the Northeast. Actually icing and sleeting.
At the Center, there was an interesting talk by the wonderful Polly French, a master gardener of native wild flowers and artist living along the Deerfield River and I picked up one of her lovely poppy prints.
I really hope the sun comes out soon but in the meantime I’m on day 3 of the challenge and here is what I got from day 2’s dyepot
I am getting this one ready for today’s dyepot. I am ironing the creases in and then I think I will probably sew and scrunch the larger area before I dye the fabric. Let’s see how it comes out!
And last but not least I am so excited to show you this quilt almost done. I finished the major part of the hand quilting and I think I will quilt the edges and bind it by machine.
Stay warm and have a wonderful creative day!
The quilt looks AMAZING!!! And loving your dyed pieces too. So beautiful!
Hi Laura! Didn’t we do a good job??!! Love you!
Love how the quilt is turning out! It is colorful and beautiful!
I would have enjoyed the talk from the master gardener. I find it very interesting to learn about the plants that are native to the area that I am in.
Vain boots. Ha, ha!
Hi Laura! Thank you so much! Hope you are getting some Spring weather. Polly also gave out seeds to everyone. I got some Japanese anemone and white baptisia. Both new for me.