It was fun to "draw" with the embroidery thread as I went, rather than a pencil...the only pattern being what was dancing in my head.
A fun way to while a way the time while watching TV at night unwinding from the days endeavors.
If you look at Susan's work you will see mine a kindergarten pupil in her school/classroom. I am a proud student!
Thanks to so many of you for coming to my blog
yesterday to help celebrate my 1000th post!
I wish you all a happy, sunny, lovely weekend! 1001
Friday night Date Night
We did a Sadie Hawkins Day Date
Where the girl asks the boy out!
I invited DH to dinner in Davis
I could go to an art show
We saw The 2nd Art About at the ARTERY
a local art co-op
who were hosting
Friends of the Artery Show
Hannah Klaus Hunter
and many other artists as well. ;-)
I liked Hannah's collaged piece very much;
I also liked one particular small art quilt by a different artist
that was photos of three elderly women
transferred on cloth in muted colors/greys circa 1940 perhaps
sewn on to a background of green fabric
made to look like they were standing in a field.
The art quilt was wrapped around a canvas.
I had my camera, but for some reason it did not feel right to take photos.
Don't ask me why.
We had a nice dinner too, our favorite place that serves a delicious
fresh grilled salmon BLT with fresh basil.
And then we stopped at the Newsstand where we got magazines.
I got Somerset Memories when I saw an article about a gadget
that binds books quickly and easily.
Might just have to get that gadget.