The last few weeks I’ve been the last person to post on Lee’s WIP Wednesday over at her blog Freshly Pieced.
Or at least in the last five. There’s a whole bunch of us that bring up the rear–we’re kind of like in our own special club. We have our own T-shirt, motto and mascot. (I’m just kidding about the last part.) But I’m determined to be near the front of the bunch this week, so I’m posting this in hopes that I’ll be in the middle of the pack. Like how I’m mixing metaphors–Bunch (of bananas)? Pack (of wolves, or Cub Scouts)? That’s what happens when an English teacher gets tired.
I’ve been working on Sherri and Sinta’s Year of Schnibbles quilt. It’s an interesting size–bigger than my art quilts, smaller than my usual quilts. I love the Italy fabric by Dear Stella–there is still some in the Fat Quarter Shop last time I looked.
And the tea towel I picked up on Lake Como is perfect for the back. At first I thought I’d bought it in Milan, but it was so hot that day, all we did was hang out on the roof of the cathedral in the shade–I don’t remember buying anything. But I did hit the few shops that my husband would stop at when we were in Bellagio on Lake Como (and no, we didn’t see George Clooney). Anyone else has a husband who will just keep on walking when you stop to invest a few dollars in the local economy? Hmmm. Thought so.
So that’s what I’m working on. I finished up the art quilt (check back in a couple of weeks for the Big Reveal), and you saw that I completed Christmas Treat (last post). When I know I have papers coming in (like I do in two days), I kind of wind down the sewing so I won’t be fretting while correcting mixed metaphors and cleaning up typos. I don’t want to be wishing I was sewing, although that’s next to impossible, really.
Linking up to Lee’s WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced.