Yesterday a friend showed me around a part of Hong Kong that I have been in, but apparently have never truly seen. Alleys and side streets were filled with art that had escaped my notice. Here, I have just added the pure street art, as opposed to art associated with stores that I assumed have… Continue reading Street Art in Hong Kong
It's done! Okay, done except for attaching the quilt label. I don't always label my quilts, and when I do, I sometimes just quilt something in rather than create a label per se. But for this quilt for DS, I wanted to try something special. I used printable fabric I bought a long time ago… Continue reading In Under the Wire
I came across this temporary art and play structure for kids at the IFC Mall in Hong Kong the other day. Thought you all might enjoy it! It makes me think of entering a Dr. Seuss world. A bit of an update: The structure was made by Toshiko Horiuchi McAdam. It took 800 kg of… Continue reading Art for Kids
My stupendous stitching piece is now happily hanging on my wall and I absolutely love it. Although I made it with the intention of taking it to the office and giving my office some personality, now that I have it on the wall at home, it may just stay there! The opposite wall currently houses… Continue reading Finished!
As some of you may remember (if there is anyone who remembers this blog at all!), in August I started a new job teaching at the University of Hong Kong. While a quiet month to get used to the new job would have been ideal, the fates had quite a different month in mind. In… Continue reading I still live!
After arriving back home in the wee hours of Tuesday morning, I spent the rest of the day finishing the quilting on Which Way Do I Go, trying to recover from lack of sleep, and nursing the toe I broke two days before I left the US (seriously bad timing -- I had to manage… Continue reading Binding Underway!