Monday, July 23, 2012

Magical Friday--Flow

Friday was one of those rare days where time went unnoticed. It began as I worked on creating a feather for my newest quilt. The feather was created with Timtex, muslin with a simple drawing and thread. I couldn't believe when I finished that several hours had passed. Needing a change of pace, I curled up with a book--Karen Thompson Walker's first novel The Age of Miracles. It's a story about the earth's rotation slowing. It was so good that I could not put it down. Great summer reading and makes me hungry for another "can't put it down book." Any recommedations? Wishing you a magical day of flow.


  1. How wonderful that feeling is when the day just goes by and you are enjoying it and relaxing with it.

  2. Karen that feather is wonderful! Nothing quite like getting into the zone. Can't wait to see the finished quilt.


  3. Karen, you've outdone yourself again because this is one to put on your cap. How exactly did you make the feather? Also LOVE how you painted the chair you posted earlier, it too is fantastic. You're really good :)

    1. Louise, I simply sewed with thread back and forth. Next time I would make it larger then cut it down. It was tough to control in places. Thanks for your kind words. Hugs, Karen


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