I hadn't intended to post this week as I have just finished a run of cards (post about those to follow later), and cleared everything away, so my desk is empty. But my work-desk this morning was a table at my Wednesday sewing group, so I thought I would just share that instead.
Anyone who follows my other blog, Kate's adventures, will know that one of the ladies in our group does beautiful folk-art style quilting, and she agreed to do a few workshops with us to make some fabric Christmas decorations.
Last week, this is what we made.
This week we embarked on one of these.
And here is our 'work-desk' where we have mostly got as far as covering the base ring for our wreath. (It is a lovely sunny day so we have moved our tables out on to the street in front of our room). The next step was to take sixty small squares of fabric, twenty each of three designs, fold them and then gather them. This could take a while so we have all brought some home with us, so they are all done for next week. Then Elizabeth will show us how to assemble them.
That's it for me this week. Now I am off to visit other workrooms that have been posted on Julia's Stamping Ground. Why not follow me and share the fun.