Tuesday, December 10, 2019
Every December I spend four days at a quilters' retreat place with a small group of art pals. Much as it's great to concentrate on art for a while, I have gotten into the habit of using my retreat time to attack my huge piles of papers accumulated over months.
Here I am on Monday morning, with a table full of boxes of piles.
After a day and a half of work, I've cleared two boxes, caught up on photographing my daily miniatures (I was two weeks behind), gave a tutorial on my quilt facing method, and had a really great night's sleep!
Others in the group are actually making fiber art. Robin Walston has a new quilt on the design wall:
Debby Levine, my bridge-walking companion for many years, is working out how to knit silhouettes of Louisville's bridges into caps: