Thursday, August 29, 2019

Thinking Ahead

My Stitch Meditation book is coming to an end for 2019. 
I have had it rebound to deal with 365 SM's.
 It is rather thick.

I would like to continue with my stitching each day and have been thinking ahead to 2020.
The lady at the front of store at Target often hands me a catalogue, saying "there may be something you can use in this one."
To make the day pieces smaller, I have been thinking of using small cardboard tags. I enjoy the challenge of finding a paper image with fabric, so may continue on with the idea......
I have found the process helpful for keeping my mind active and to stop me just sitting and doing nothing during the day. Life is far too short....


Finished a Coptic bound book 4 1/2 inches square using kitchen towel paper for back and front covers. The paper was placed in between fabrics when dyeing and took up the leaves pattern

5 comments:

  1. Don't say the year is coming to an end yet! I was imagining there was about half of it left, but obviously that was wrong.

    Your "in between" papers printed beautifully and look great as the book covers.

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  2. Good to see you are enjoying this craft so much. Your book covers look fantastic. I'm sure you will think of something to continue with.

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  3. Great way to use those paper towel bits! My own paper quilt diary is down to the last few pages and I am looking around to what I will do next. The maker was something called "Keynotes" and I don't know if they still exist or if they make the same product. I saw once some ring binder with a place to put pictures and fabric samples, but how many pages would I buy, and how long would the makers continue the product? Probably better to figure our something that works for me.

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  4. I look forward to seeing what you choose as a new focus in the future.

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  5. Looking through your book must give you such satisfaction to just flip through. And inspiration for others with so many colors and textures to explore!

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