I"m getting closer to narrowing down some projects for 2015. Here's what I know for sure:
- We will have a "Working in a Series" link up. I think my series is going to involve shibori dyeing and anyone else who wants to join in can pick your own series.
- Under the category of finally working on my "Some day" project, I'm going to work on my Indian Orange Peel quilt. If anyone else is interested I'll create a blog button and link up where we can show monthly progress on our "Some Day" project.
- I'm also going to inventory my current stack of UFOs and commit to reducing that list next year too. Anyone interested in that?
Later in the year (when I've cleared a few items off my list) I'll host a couple more quilt-alongs because there are several other blocks that I'd like to explore.
I'm going to ponder this a bit more over the next week and will be back next Monday with some blog buttons and more solid plans.
This weekend I got lots done but most of that was dyeing Rainbow Scrap Challenge packs. There's only ONE pack left! I don't expect that I'll be dyeing more after those are taken.
I also got some time to play with glass again and I had a few really good hours of quilting. I haven't finished all of the purple sections yet so I've set a new target for Christmas Eve.
Later today I should be firing up the kiln. I had drinks with my friend Friday evening and left the wine bar with a case of empties (not ours). I have 2 new slumping molds that are supposed to arrive this afternoon. My program isn't quite right yet. All of the thick dark green bottles (think champagne) devitrify and it's driving me nuts. The good news is that I can get all of the free bottles that I want to practice on.