Friday, 7 May 2010
What a day I have had, well the week really. Working on this large quilt is surely a learning curve. I have bought a plaster board to help me view and work on this large piece of fabric in a verticle position rather than on the floor. It is not easy reaching the top of it being a little on the short side myself. This new and elaborate arrangement has meant that I have been carrying it everywhere, into the house, then the studio and the garden, like a huge portfolio. When the weather was great I had it leaned up against my studio and balancing on a box (see Photo). Then it got a bit colder and grey and everything was moved indoors. This meant that my studio was even more cramped than usual (because it needs tiding again and the board is massive). I managed to do a bit of painting and some sewing on it and feel better about it than I did last week. While taking photos of my work and the plaster board's journey, I realised that my garden was looking quite summery too, so I stopped and photograhed it to share with you.