Friday, March 13, 2009

Catch Up

Just a few pics to let you know that I'm alive, well, and being productive!

I'm in the home stretch of Jane LaFazio's Art Quilt Exploration Class hosted by Joggles, and this week's lesson has kept me busy. I hope to have a few pics to share with you in a day or two.

In my spare time, I've painted a few scarves. This one, 'Spring Sorbet', is steamed and ready to head to John and Troy's shop, Occasions, just off the square in Gainesville. Stop by, say hello, and check out all of the wonderful things they have to offer!

here's a detail shot of 'Spring Sorbet'

and here's where I am on Ann Budd's Diagonal Rib sock:

Terri, from Quilternity's Place, introduced me to this lovely pattern and I'm having a great time knitting away on it. Of course, she is finished with her pair, wearing them, and on to another great pair of socks! Sometimes I feel like such a slacker!

I was taught that the way of progress is neither swift nor easy.
Marie Curie, Physicist and Chemist


Elizabeth said...

Oh I can't tell you how much I love salt texture on sil!! This reminds me of crushed raspberiies and lemon cream!! WHy is it alwyas food??? oh yeah it is YOUR fault you named it Sorbet!!!!

Can't wait to see you next art quilt!!!
Your sock is glrgeous- I may need you r help when I get to turning a heel!!
Yeah quit bein' a slacker will you???? NOT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Joyce said...

Gorgeous scarf. I love the colors and I always like the look of salt texture.

Anonymous said...

Gorgeous scarf and very cool socks! And you've probably already walked the dog. Good for you!

Gerrie said...

Slacker? I don't think so. Beautiful scarf and socks.

Eva Hagbjärn said...

Love the scarf. The colors are matching each other so well.
You are no slacker, and I guesse that the socks, that's also are very lovely, are finished by now =)

XO Eva

imquilternity said...

Judy...I LOVE your socks! They are gorgeous...absolutely gorgeous! The yarn you chose is perfect too. And the scarf is really are quite talented.