January is almost over, roll on the spring, daffodils, crocus (or crocii if we are being pedantic), gentle warming sunshine and bright blue skies. I live in hope anyway, and in the meantime, and in the rain, I can craft away at my desk. Here it is when the light wasn't too bad Tuesday afternoon.
Worked on my art journal yesterday and made my own 'rainbow' (see previous post for a closer look) so that's on there, as is the pile of fat quarters I bought on Monday ready to start on the quilt I'm about to make (my first ever) for the charity JoZart blogged about on her LillyBo blog. I'm dithering a bot about what to do - if you think steeling yourself up ready for cutting into a pretty piece of paper is hard how do you think I feel about getting the scissors going on this pile? There is some more fabric on the chair, including a very, very pretty piece. I'm not sharing with you yet - want to keep the surprise until I finish the quilt, if I ever get it started.
Also in sight, two new stencils and a couple of sheets of Graphic 45 paper (you have to take my word for that as the sun (???) is glaring of a plastic bag so you can't see it. What you can see is the beautiful paper bag the shop put the paper in, that's it at the top left under my paint storage box, all leaves and autumnal colours - saving that.
That's all for this week but if you want to have a look at my finished iPad case that featured on earlier desks then pop over to this post.
Then pop over to Julia's place to join in the fun, it's Wednesday so make yourself a drink, pull up a chair and get snooping.