March summary and April plans. This is not a joke.
April 1st. As usual, time is flying.
March was great. I went to NYC for a couple of days - sans kids- and was able to get my usual supplies (pattern making tools, paper, fabric, notions), and see some art (at MOMA, The Whitney Museum, and The MET).
I started an EPP (English Paper Piecing) project for the road. It will take a while to complete.
Worked on the Bee Sewcial prompt for Felicity from felicityquilts.com
Started quilting the BLACK quilt.
Not much, I know.
In April, the hope is to:
1. Finish quilting BLACK
2. Finish Riley Blake / MQG fabric challenge
3. Prepare for the School of Sewing class I will be teaching at Finch Sewing Studio starting this month.
4. Start a secret sewing
5. Make another Archer popover
6. Make a block or two for the arches design I've been working on
7. Sew shorts for my girls
8. Finish scrap baskets ( I am using this awesome pattern)
On a random note:
I am currently reading From Eternity to Here ( a christian book).
Listening to Seu Jorge station at Pandora.
Making a ton of this banana bread because when you buy those green bananas that never turn yellow, but go straight to brown, what else can you do? (I use unbleached whole wheat and organic sugar and it just taste so good).
Obsessed by Anton Stankowski's works.
Looking forward to using the lovely Paintbrush Studio solids bundle I received. If you haven't tried their solids, you should. It's pretty great.
That's all for now. Seems like it will be a busy but fun month.