I pulled out the quilt I’m going to give to my friend this evening and tried to get some photos that are more representative of what the quilt looks like. And I must say, I’ve never had a quilt that’s harder to photograph than this one. I still didn’t get any good photos, but I got a few that show a little better what it actually looks like.
I took that photo on my patio after the sun went down. It’s usually a good time to take photos of quilts outdoors.
Here’s a couple photos that show the softness and feel of this quilt well.
And a few more because I like looking at it. The darker ones at the top were taken inside. They aren’t as true. The last five photos were taken outside and are showing this quilt pretty well.
Maybe I’ve gotten the best photos I’m going to get of this quilt before it leaves my house.
I had a day at work today that was mostly meeting free so I spent the day catching up on email, worked on a few small projects, and watched a couple of webinar recordings that I needed to watch. So I was able to work on some hexis as I watched. I also sewed another set together after our walk tonight.
That brings my total up to eleven.
They make a nice little stack.
There is a house along one of our evening walk routes that has these flowers all over the place.
I had some of these in my garden in Utah. I can’t for the life of me remember the name… except that as I was typing that, I think it came to me. Liatris. And I just did a Google search on that and it’s right! I’ve been trying to think of that for three hours!
Time to get some ice on my shoulder. Signing off.