Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Day 121

It's a beautiful sunny day today,
and I'm back in the dyeing mode!
The above silk charmeuse scarf is presently batching,
and I hope to show you results either tomorrow or Thursday.
I've also got this one batching:

By the way, if you would like to order a scarf,
you can do so on on my website,
I now have PayPal set up, so it's really easy peasy, as they say.
I am dyeing only silk charmeuse scarves these days,
because I love its buttery soft feel and the gentle drape so much.

I'm also working on another quilt,
but much smaller and more manageable this time!
Here are a few of my most recent steps

I'm using a few helpful hints from the book

I hope you haven't given up on me.
My weaving class at the University of North Georgia
has kept me very busy.  It's surprising how just two afternoons a week can fill up most of my free time.

Thanks so much for dropping by!



Jeannie said...

Your scarves look so beautiful - sea and sunshine. I am intrigued with your new quilt. The fabric alone is wonderful. Looking forward to a report on your weaving class. Pottery and weaving are on my "someday" list. Have a wonderful rest of the week. xo

The Idaho Beauty said...

So fun to see you using that guide bar. I'm guessing too many quilters have no idea what that thing is in their accessory box. It works like a charm and is obviously much faster than having to mark lines. I've been using mine for years and years. Go go go!

Anonymous said...

Yay! Color, color, color!