So as predicted, not a stitch was sewn since last week, but I did have a fab time in London, and took my gran out to lunch down to a lovely wee place down the Clyde estuary yesterday to enjoy the sunshine before we came home and I pulled up some perfectly good flowers for her (it was something to do with drying them out for winter? I don’t know, I can’t keep a pot plant alive!)
I have seen some potential quilt patterns as I’ve been out and about recently though, if that appeases you all ;o)
Flying geese at the Tate Britain:
Anyone up for a spiral of geese? Stairs up The Lighthouse tower in Glasgow:
Bit of improv perhaps? Painting at the Argyll Arcade, Glasgow:
Something a little more traditional in the ceiling at the City Chambers, Glasgow:
And finally, from a friend’s feed of a series of artworks in Paris, a bit of supersized clamshell fun:
Finishes This Week:
In Progress This Week:
To Be Worked On This Week:
Sew Brit Bag Camp bags
First night of my new class – yay!
Who'd have thought there were Dresden plates on the ceiling at Glasgow's City Chambers? And all different too! But Katy, you missed Rennie Mackintosh's gates with roses! I've no idea where they are exactly, but seeing them made my day when I was in Glasgow about 13 years ago! I think they'd be perfect for a "stained glass" quilt.
Yikes why stitch when you can have a fab time doing other stuff? Glad to hear you had a great time and took the time to take photo's – I feel appeased 😉
Beautiful photos sweetie!
Love the glass flying geese, actually, love ALL the pics xxx
Just LOVE this post. i love this kind of quilting inspiration!
Thanks, I've been having fun looking for it :o)
Love the spiral staircase. Actually, it would make me feel a little queasy if I had to climb it, but its a great photo. London last weekend was fun wasn't it ? A sea of green
What a fun post – so enjoyed these photos!