My name is Charlotte, sometimes known as Ms Lottie, occasionally as The Slightly Mad Quilt Lady. This is my blog, where you'll find me writing a lot about my quilting and textile arts and a little about my family's life in a small seaside town in New Zealand. Haere mai!

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

What'cha working on Wednesday

I could kick myself!  I was in such a hurry this morning to get my 12 x 12 Purple Colour Challenge entries into the mail (they have to arrive by Friday, I think I'll make it) that I didn't take a photo of my heron one.  I called it Dawn Ghost and now we are all going to have to wait until January, when I will see the exhibition that it will be hanging in.  I'll take a photo to share then.

In the meantime, this is what I'm working on:


I'm putting together a fabric palette for a new project.  Blogger is doing something to the saturation of my images, bumping it up a few notches, and I'm not sure how to fix that.  So if you mentally turn down the colour just a tad...  

I'm also doing some article writing, which is a new thing for me, but I'm enjoying it.  It's a bit more intense than blog writing (break out the grammar police!), but I think I'll get into a rhythm soon.


And I'm being watched over by these little guys.  They had a nest this spring under the dock where we are moored.  I could never see it, just hear them, and see Mum and Dad flying in and out.  The noise has ceased so I'm presuming they've all fledged, but I still see them around, zipping fast and free.  Beautiful.



4 comments:

  1. Watching paint dry! The paint to waterproof the shower to be exact - then I can use it.

    Otherwise I am still on the hexagon jag and the crochet is getting interesting.

    viv

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  2. Took 8 purple challenges to Thames, 2 mine and the others from our small group. Bought some plants so gardening on the agenda for tomorrow.

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  3. thought those fabrics were a tad on the bright side for you!! look forward to seeing your Heron quilt x

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  4. Beautiful bird! My first thought of course "that would make a great quilt!"
    The orange head and shades of brown on the wings. Do you know the name?

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