Sewing My Life Together

Things Here and There

I have not been posting much about sewing….or much of anything, for that matter! But that does not mean that I have not been thinking. Im thinking about the Marathon Bombers being from my city, Cambridge, from a third kid arrested at UMass Dartmouth, also from my city and my high school….as well as things sewing, creating, and trying new things.

Oh, and I am changing my profile photo. At a recent Autism Awareness event at one of my schools, a young amateur photographer took a photo that I really like. Here it is:

Then I have been involved in ‘production’ for the upcoming Cambridge Open Studios this weekend, May 11 and 12th. I have been framing landscapes, making cards (I have about 81 now), but I don’t have any photos, it seems.

And I started a new course, “Fabric Collage”, at the Arlington Center for the Arts in Arlington, Massachusetts. We’ve had two classes so far. This Thursday, I will take a couple of photos to posts. The teacher is someone whose work I have long admired, http://www.lindabranchdunn.com/…She is a fun teacher and making these is harder than it looks!  Photos to come…

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This entry was published on May 8, 2013 at 10:35 pm and is filed under Cards, Fabric Landscapes, Ideas, Interests, Painted on Fabric. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

One thought on “Things Here and There

  1. Thinking time is very important , especially given how close the bombing was to your city. Hoping that this fallow period brings a season of great creativity for you, when the time is right. 🙂

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