I laid them out on my brand new deck outside my office. I get to sit out on it now instead of worrying about falling through it. I know the building code police wont like the lack of railing which is yet to come but I actually prefer it without it.
The great advantage to living here in the Inland Northwest is the proximity to some gorgeous waters in which to put in a kayak and take a breather when life gets a little crazy.
I have a few more charms to make and then I will be starting on producing next months bead.
The October edition of American Patchwork and Quilting has an article in about my sister Sue written by Linda Montet and photographed by Cameron Sadeghpour. It is beautifully photographed and makes for an interesting read. The article is a few pages and shows off Sues work and studio and all the wonderful treasures within. I would encourage any one who does not already own a copy to run out and get one quick.
We even went to scope out the river and clocked the mileage to get there for when he has a bit of time on his hands to do a little fly fishing. The area is beautiful and the Cascade Range calls for a lot more exploration.
I encourage you to have a look at his reflector art on their website especially under the heading Installations and Studio Work. I love these and what great inspiration for quilts. He will be having a show of his reflector art at the gallery at Central Washington University next year.
Sorry its taken me so long to post but I will start trying to catch up a little.