My Friday Night Sew-In has become an all day and night event. I’m home today, drinking way too much coffee and getting ready to fire up the sewing room. But first – an update.
It is looking like 2 pincushions and one small table ornamentationesque thingie with about 8 cathedral window blocks will be the output summary of my cathedral windows experience. I will post pictures when I have determined how to disguise my issues with intersecting points. I have learned that people use plain muslin for a reason, that cutting those 10 inch squares requires you to strictly observe the straight of grain rules, and that I just may do this again sometime now that I have learned these and other rules of the cathedral windows road.
For today’s smile, here is one of the brilliant re-interpretations of classic art masterpieces from Barbara Brackman. Check out the others (and her wonderful blog) at Material Culture .