Two things I'm loving this week. First, I can't stop snapping shots of those beautiful rannoculous flowers (more here!). See, told you. I've taken some on every window sill, in every corner of the house. Which usually leads me to believe every room should have its own little rannoculous in it. I've also lost a little steam when it comes to ironing my flying geese quilt. When I head up into the loft to iron it, I end up folding fabric and cleaning so you know it's pretty dire. I found that my make up bag project provided just the perfect distratction from those never ending geese, and I think those quick little projects are so important moving forward with a mammoth bigger one. So I bought Tula Pink's City Sampler book. I love a sampler project and can't wait to get stuck in. Six inch blocks, no templates or scary curves. Quick and simple seems like just the thing right now. I'm thinking mine will be in Anna Maria Horner... a little Field Study, some Good Folks mixed in. I'm going to follow the rainbow effect on this one. Really lovely. Speaking of rainbows... look what greeted us last week on my way to work (very unusual for that hour!)
Happy Thursday everyone!