It is that time of year again. The air is getting nippy (though with a spattering of 70 degree days! Crazy Virginia weather.) the days are getting shorter and there is a ton of work to be done.
My studio has limited space for work in progress (I must do something about that in the new year...)
And I have things at all stages this week.
And WAY too much under plastic waiting patiently (!?) to be decorated.
Yet today, rather then get busy in the studio I worked in the yard doing what I hope is the last garden prep before winter, digging beds, planting bulbs, mulching and raking leaves.
So my studio still looks like this!
Meanwhile this past Saturday Kathy from Serendipity Quilt Shop in Dagsboro Delaware came to pick up her wholesale order! These pots are a little diffrent for me. When we spoke at the fiber festival (where we met originally) she requested chickens, quilts, and the beach! Here is a sample. (If you want to buy head to her fantastic shop!)
(These pictures are only mediocre as I remembered I hadn't taken any while I was waiting for her to come pick the order up. So just quick snaps to help me document...)
Spoon rests! I'll have more of these at Liberty Town for the small works show in December!
Tomorrow I WILL spend the day in the studio.