This will be my last post of 2010. I've done way better on blogging this year than last year. Hopefully - next year will see even more posts (if anyone out there is reading them).
Finally done (well except for the hanging sleeve) is my quilt for the RAFA Arts Council show to be held in March. Our RAFA (Rochester Area Fibre Artists) will have a display at the Rochester Arts Council office for the entire month of March. Last year I didn't have one in their show - I was new to the group, didn't have time after it was announced - blabbity, blabbity, blabbity! When I saw the book they published with all the pictures, I knew I wanted to be in it this year. I almost wasn't - due to the move and all, I sort of lost my impetus and steam on finishing projects. But the idea for my quilt was always percolating in the back of my head and a small voice was telling me I could still get it done in time. So, I charged ahead, starting right after Thanksgiving - a month later it is done.
All in all, I'm very happy with this quilt. I tried some different techniques and am please with the texture they added.
My resolution for the new year is to find more time for play and for my creative endeavors. I am grateful for my artsy friends who keep me inspired with their ideas and their support. My wish is for a healthy and prosperous new year for all of us.