I've been working in the garden and while I did I also walked behind the perennial bed and found 20 ... yes, twenty of these:
Too bad I didn't have this live model for my quilt square. It looks a little different.
I also finished another Spring ephemeral. The elusive Calypso.
I like it a bit better.
Then...believe it or not...I finished the last of the squares. The simple sunflower.
The style of this is different from the others because it was an early piece and an adaptation of a picture in a motif book. But I like it and I may need a few "extras" to fill up the quilt.
I also flew to California, rented a car and attended my granddaughter's High School graduation. She was an honor student and is such fun. I was very proud to see her on stage.
The on-line class with Jude Hill, called Cloth to Cloth, has been fun. So many of my class mates have finished several squares and have posted. So, I have been weaving silk, cotton and some synthetics....mostly scraps left over from previous dye experiments or old curtains, sheets. After a few practice pieces I decided to felt some. They are in the dryer....yes, the dryer...fulling. Tomorrow...new squares developed from Jude's class.