This is today.

I finished sewing the flowers on the quilt last week, but then I just had to have a jewelry moment.

Also, a housecleaning moment!

Who knew that would happen. Have to take advantage of that when I can.

I changed my studio rooms around a couple of weeks ago, and am really enjoying not being so cramped.

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Of course, I’ve still managed to fill every square inch of space.

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I do try, every so often, to clean up a bit though.

See.

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I found some old clay pieces.

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I particularly like this out of shape, cellulite-y, lumpy woman.

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Makes me feel normal.

And I leave you today with

True Love.

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🙂

P.S. Off to tackle the quilt border this afternoon.

Happy Wednesday.

 

0 thoughts on “This is today.

    li class="comment even thread-even depth-1 parent" id="comment-482">

    You did it again–every time I see the photos of your studio, I want to get out into mine! I even see my favorite Tim McVeigh book on the counter there!

      li class="comment byuser comment-author-coldfeetstudioblog bypostauthor odd alt depth-2 parent" id="comment-484">

      I know, right! We are so lucky to have one.

      I took the McVeigh book out to check out his granulation method. I was getting a bit tired of getting flat bottomed balls, and my charcoal block had just about died. I liked the sound of his method, rolling the balls off the block into a bowl of water. It sounded great, but didn’t work for me. I guess practice makes perfect.

      Btw. I loved the chocolates. Allll of them! They were a little melted as the post man left them on the doorstep in our Houston temperature, which, fortunately hasn’t been so hot this year, but I like my chocolates from the refrigerator anyway so all was good. And thanks for the coconut ones. Took me back to being a kid.

        li class="comment even depth-3" id="comment-486">

        Oh, rats–I was worried about the candy going to Texas! It’s such a crap shoot this time of year. I’m glad you liked it anyway!

    li class="comment odd alt thread-odd thread-alt depth-1 parent" id="comment-483">

    A very creative space!

      li class="comment byuser comment-author-coldfeetstudioblog bypostauthor even depth-2" id="comment-485">

      🙂

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