I miss all these beauties in the morning. I do love some leaves with color.
Next month I'll be participating as a vendor in the annual arts and crafts fair here in town, after saying I'd never do it about 13 years ago. I spent 16 years as a vendor at Quilt shows around the West selling hand dyed fabric and burnt myself out and the local craft shows were never a good option for me. But as I go thru all the stuff I've made and have sitting around here I thought it might be worth a try.
I found a stack of journals that I have received over the years and never used so I'm making covers for them with a zippered pocket. I have four done and 2 to go. These are the only new things I'll be taking.
I knew I had some scarves that I had dyed and when I dug them all out I was rather shocked to find that there were 35 of them. Silk ones and rayon ones, some were blanks that had already been hemmed, but several were just long strips of torn fabric with very soft frayed edges. I like soft frayed edges so that's the way they are staying. Those will all be for sale. I also have several small quilted pieces that have been mounted on canvas, those will also be for sale.
2018 Weekly Leaf #43
Back to the botanical prints for the next five.
The top section is all filled in.
I'll be linking up to "Off the Wall Friday" and "Slow Sunday Stitching".