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
Last year was a year of many changes for me. My son headed off for college, I started a new job, and at the end of November, I completed a 15 year term of service on an international board that had required considerable travel, just to mention a few. The cumulative effect has been much… Continue reading I made some new friends
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!