Vintage Flower Blocks
It's good to have friends who actually pay attention to interesting things happening. It's only because of my friend, Mitzi, that I knew anything about Yayoi Kusama's Infinity Mirrors. Thanks to her, a group of us were able to go to Atlanta this weekend to see the last day of the exhibit. I had not been to Atlanta in years so it was nice to visit again. Super Bowl preparations were going on everywhere but we spent our time at the museum, SCAD FASH, the Georgia Aquarium and World of Coke. It was fun to do touristy things for a change. The Cinematic Couture exhibit at SCAD FASH was excellent and I loved the shark whales and sea lions at the aquarium.
Then it got cold and we came home to even more cold!
I didn't do much stitching on the trip but here are another set of 4 vintage flower blocks that I finished recently.
Here are the blue blossoms all together . It seems like a lot but I"m not even close to being done! I'm hoping for a very productive week. I don't have a lot of outside activities this week and should be able to focus on my projects while the kitchen work continues.
1/21/2019 06:19:56 pm
My grandmothers would be so proud of you! And it's great to stay inside and play with fabrics and thread when it's this cold. My nose hasn't been out the door for three days and I love it!
1/22/2019 07:21:17 am
I would have loved to stay home again today. It is 5 degrees out this morning. I did have an uneventful trip to work which I was very glad about. Akron has done an awful job with their plowing. Your flowers are so pretty.
1/22/2019 08:26:52 am
I went to the World of Coke and the Aquarium in Atlanta several years ago. It was fun to do "tourist" so close to home.
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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.