Last night I downloaded a ton of NPR podcasts so that I would be entertained while I sewed:
My ever-present and loyal partner was by my side:
In the lower left is a postcard of our Lake Lanier. The picture was painted by my friend Anne Brodie Hill. I use the postcard to help me cut when I'm paper piecing...plus, this one makes me happy because it reminds me of Anne.
I fiddled around with a little printing of some ferns on a piece of fabric from my Sue Beevers class at Campbell. Looks better here than it does in person!!
I did a bunch of batiking, but that won't be ready for viewing for another day or two, then I "worked" on another piece of silk fusion. I had thought that that photo was included here, but it wasn't. Here is what remained on my table when I hung up the fusion to dry:
Wish I could capture that on cloth!
And here are a few more ingredients in this happy day. My Daphne along the walkway to our front door. The fragrance is very intense this year! MMMMMMMM
We have planted hundreds of daffodils in the gardens of every house we've lived in. I just love them!!! And last but not least, my Hellebores by our front door:
Tell me your recipe for your happy days.