The hollyhocks are are coming right along, Here’s my progress report for my time lapse quilt for 2/16/2014. I’ll give a few photos leading up to today’s progress., if anyone […]
Where do the little birds go in the winter for shelter? I’ve asked this question more than once, even on this very blog. During our recent uncharacteristic snow storm, with the […]
Portland Or and rest of the state can breath a sigh of relief. The storm has broken, the freezing rain has given way to regular rain melting and the roads […]
Desperate situation here in Oregon. Heavy snowstorms, Eating Jelly Bellies (the candy) to survive, limited food, and now we’re starting to get cabin fever, it’s going on 4 days . Everybody […]
My hummer, whose feeder hangs from a suction cup attached to my kitchen window, and I have a reached a working relationship. All the details and duties have been ironed out to the satisfaction of all. I will provide food, immediately when it is needed. That’s the entire arrangement. It’s simple. I provide food instantly and reliably. If I fail to live up to my side of the agreement, I am subjected to a sound scolding.
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This is a time lapse of photos, following this piece of fiber art as it takes shape and become a real piece of art. A few photos along the way, it is a mixed media work, so I used some non quilty methods.
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I started my Time Lapse art quilt on Jan, 19. We’ll see how long making an art quilt takes me. Here is the first progress report.
Today is Jan. 27th, Here’s where I am at. It may show, but a lot of work has been done.