New in the shop!
Well the fun and games continue around here. Yesterday just after the guys got the old sidewalk we had a downpour that created a pond right up next to the foundation and steps. The guys worked frantically to dig a trench for most of it to drain while I scooped about 20 gallons of water from the new pond. I just knew that it was going to get in the basement but, fortunately, it didn't.
So what didn't happen yesterday is dyeing. After all the drama subsided I was too tired to dye.
Instead I decided to fold some mandalas for some ice dyeing and I ended the evening with some zen quilting on veterans quilts. I'll share those later because today I'm finally getting last week's dyes posted. Here's what's new in the shop this week:
I think of Sundance as my signature gradient (see the blog header on the home page). First Draft Pub in Denver, CO selected Sundance to hang in the atrium of their bar.
Blue Sky is the most popular gradient of all time and it's back in stock! One of my favorite art quilts made by Patricia Caldwell is this one she made with Blue Sky. No surprise that this one sold soon after it was made.
Other new/restocked fabrics are:
9/22/2016 11:49:18 am
Lovely fabrics as always, Vicki. So glad your basement avoided water yesterday!
9/22/2016 01:02:43 pm
Sundance looks so good hanging in the pub. I need to get to using up some of the ones I have stashed so I have an excuse to buy more. :-)
9/22/2016 03:03:11 pm
9/22/2016 04:28:32 pm
Oh such lovely fabric!! Hope you get the crystals done.
9/23/2016 09:16:45 am
9/24/2016 02:19:22 pm
You do have a lot happening. What a huge project. For sure better now than after w rough winter. Most people just consider the cosmetic issues but the foundation is so much more important.
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I'm Vicki Welsh and I've been making things as long as I can remember. I used to be a garment maker but transitioned to quilts about 20 years ago. Currently I'm into fabric dyeing, quilting, Zentangle, fabric postcards, fused glass and mosaic. I document my adventures here.