Now, don’t think, for a moment, that I staged these pictures! Those birds just came and landed there after we admired the rock sitting their plainly.
|Birds on a Rock|
The Owl quilt update: As I was engrossed in cutting, assembling and sewing, I was also thoroughly enjoying myself in the piecing part of the quilting process; the time passed rather quickly. What’s more, it was great for the crafty diet! I skipped dinner one evening and lunch the next day. A snack here or there or cereal and milk did the trick. Here is the general layout:
|Have you ever read The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein?|
This is the latest “special interest” magazine that the makers of American Patchwork & Quilting have put out. I LOVE IT!! It’s ideal because it’s chock full of small one day or one weekend projects that do not overwhelm! It’s actually like a compilation of what appears in Quilts & More which comes out 4 times a year. One of these projects is definitely memorable because I thought is was so cute and looked easy enough to make but I didn’t know anyone who loved owls.