In between making Christmas gifts for friends and family, I started a new series inspired by all the farm land in our area. I've always loved the view of a farm - with vast fields of rows upon row of something. When driving through farm country I'd guess at what each field was growing.
I even liked the empty fields because they seem to always hold such promise. What would be their next harvest?
This first of the series I called "Fields of Promise"
I have 2 other "fields" prepared, but have not yet decided how I will treat them.
In the meantime, I continue work on my daughter's wedding quilt.
Our office assistant and chocolate saleswoman, Delores, gave me a wicker towel rack to use in my studio. It is doing a great job holding all of the fabric strips for the log cabin quilt.
I set it up resting between a drawer and my cutting table. It closes me in to my sewing area, but that is mostly a good thing! It is very light weight, so it is easy to move around. Handy for my small studio space.
Here are a couple of my latest.