Saturday, September 07, 2013

'And So the Journey Begins'

I began quilting this piece
late last week.
It keeps me company,
I can work on it and semi-meditate,
or listen to soothing music.
I'm using threads that I already have in my stash,
enjoying how they interact with the 
discharged and overdyed fabric,
as they meander across the surface.

I had a follow up visit with 
my Oncologist yesterday afternoon.
All of my blood work looks great....
and I have another week and a half
until my next round of chemo!

thanks for dropping by!

have a great weekend

peace to you gentle reader!


deanna7trees said...

that top image makes me think of shadows on the desert sand when the sun is setting. beautiful.

Maggi said...

Love the changes in colour and the way that the threads coordinate perfectly.

Great news about the blood work, make the most of your time off and build up your strength for the next round.

Jeannie said...

I thought of sunset, too. :) I love the undulation of the fabric in response to the thread. Gorgeous colors! xoxo

Connie Rose said...

love that fabric and love the quilting! xoxo

Carol said...

Beautiful! Such a lovely piece to be working on, full of peace and beauty. Stay well dear Judy. xox

Jane LaFazio said...

Beautiful quilt, beautiful person. Sending hugs. Xoxo

Peggy said...

Judy, this is just so gorgeous I don't know what to say. I can imagine the pleasure of sinking and drawing needle & thread -- a sensory experience. Making cloth and thread become one. Love it, love to you.