Started – something quilty at last – using up some leftover backing from this quilt and an odd sized piece of sheeting.
In Progress – Anyone who makes jokes along the lines of ‘the worst Winter I ever had was the Summer I spent in the UK!’ should try a Winter visit!  I finished off the felt birds and spent best part of yesterday trying to get decent photos of them for my etsy shop… but it was an epic fail! The light is just so awful. With a fair bit of fiddling about with the exposure on the computer I managed to get them looking not too bad but now the colours are not accurate enough so this this is still a work in progress :(
So, a touch depressed but not defeated I decided to do a sewing room makeover. The quilty project at the top should help (more to follow on this), I finally hung up my lovely Bee quilt…


…and yarn bombed the piano :)
What have you been up to?
I’m linking this post with Lee at Freshly Pieced for WIP Wednesday.
Janine @ Rainbow Hare

13 thoughts on “WIP

  1. Benta AtSLIKstitches

    There is something very special about a red/white quilt, I'm intrigued! The birds look great, especially with the heart too, and the bee quilt is one of my favourite bee quilts in blog land, lovely to see it again x


  2. Soma Acharya

    I hope the sun shines there soon. The birds look beautiful even in the bad light.
    I vacationed in the UK twice in winter and I was threatened by the immigration officer of declining my entry because I said I left warm California to enjoy some winter there. Crazy me took my husband all they way to Orkney :)



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