One of myTrent Valley Quilt Guild friends found this wonderful sink for me in a Swap Shop and of course, I bought it! After two quilt shows, a retreat, a trip to New York City to look after Victoria Findlay Wolfe's dogs, and guests from B.C. ... life has slowed down enough that I have it hooked up in the back yard. Today, I played around with bleach on black fabric. The test pieces are in the wash to be sure that the process stops. When they are dried, I'll add a picture of the finished pieces here. Next, I think I'll dye, since I just bought 30 metres (118" wide) of the fabric that I love to dye. In the Autumn, once we have our 'Heart and Soul' show up and running, the sink will be installed in a 'playroom' in the basement so that I can manipulate fabric whenever I want! Life is good!
... I'm just a guy who likes to make quilts ... and tell stories. Every day is an adventure as I try new things. Like the rest of life it seems, what can be done in quilt making is limited only by my imagination. What an incredibly exciting journey! This blog continues on from my farm blog ... willowgardenshetlands.blogspot.ca ... email ... firstname.lastname@example.org