Back in My Studio

The morning drive home from Round Rock was very pleasant. It has been a very busy and fun four days for me, as I pet/house sat for my son. I miss my furry buddies who followed me everywhere.
                                
Marley (Geriatric Sweetheart)                         Richard Parker (Sweet Phat Cat)

After unpacking, I couldn’t wait to get back to my studio. I am behind in making my hexagon blocks for my quilt journal. I had the two blocks already drawn in my design book, but I just haven’t had the time to work on them. This week’s journal block will definitely have something to do with Marley and Richard Parker…or maybe the armadillo incident.

I made one block, about the time I spent with my grandson. I had written a poem and drawn a picture for my paper journal. I just redrew my superhero, and made an applique for the block. All I need to do is sew the binding.

The second block is about my granddaughter’s birthday celebration. I drew and colored an owl, since she loves owls. She chose all of the owl birthday decorations and party favors herself.

I will thread sketch and assemble this block tomorrow.

I also made another Pokemon pillow for a very special boy in the family.


While I was away from my studio, I was busy getting new ideas for projects that I want to try.
I hope to get to one of these ideas this week.

5 thoughts on “Back in My Studio

    1. I am making a quilt of hexagons that will be a journal of my year. I got the idea from reading Sandy Gilteath’s book, 52 Tuesdays~A Quilt Journal. There is more information about this on my blog page, 52 Fridays.

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