Little Things

 
Looks like a mess of little scraps to sweep into the trash.
 
 
Scraps make wonderful backgrounds for postcards.
 
 
I received an email from a woman who lives in Georgia and is a Master Gardner. She heard about the class I taught at Mt Cuba on making fabric postcards. She asked if she could buy 10 cards for her gardening friends for gifts. Well sure!
 
 
Something else made from scraps by my friend Christine, who never throws a scrap of fabric away if it still had two threads woven together. I love my new pin cushion! It lives on my ironing board.
 
 
I made this little silk bag for my friend Cheryl for her birthday.
 
 
All the Quiltini's gifted Cheryl with an Alex and Ani bracelet with a charm that was meaningful in the friendship. Cheryl and I both love biking and have been on many rides together. Cheryl just biked across the Golden Gate Bridge. Wish I had been there with her.
 
 
But I was in Boulder, Colorado visiting with son Tyler. I can't complain about that!
 
 
 
 

 


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Comments

  1. Christine says:

    Great post, Terry! You have a way of pulling so many things together in such a readable and visual fashion.

  2. Catherine M. says:

    Beautiful post. It’s amazing what came out of the pile of scraps. Only in the hands of an artist. The puncushion is great. Makes me smile.

  3. Speed up Terry..you didn’t do much last month!! Unbelievable life you have going on!