January flew by.
Except for a major snowstorm that blew through here last weekend, it's been pretty uneventful . . .
a perfect month for stitching.
I hope you've been following along with Audrey and Quilty 365. I just finished Day 88 (I think I counted wrong on my last post). My display board is too small to show all 31, but these are my faves. I guess you could say these last few grey days have had me in deep need of pink (thanks Jennifer Paganelli).
Aside from this pink wave, I can't really say that I'm seeing a pattern in my fabric choices. It's been pretty random.
This one was not; I was out walking a friend one morning and managed to take a less than graceful header onto the sidewalk. Laying on the ground gave me the unexpected and distinct advantage of seeing a different perspective of bare trees. Mind you, I was also seeing stars at that moment but (I can't believe this) I don't have any star fabric.
And then there was the day we lost David Bowie. He was a brilliant man, and beyond cool.
When Audrey put this project out there, I thought there would be no way I could do this, primarily because appliqué is not my speed. Yet I surprised myself with how important this daily process has become to me.
Go visit Audrey at Quilty Folk and see what other folks are doing with this project.