My life-art balance has been a bit off these past two weeks, with the knit-along to get on its way, teaching German, and trying to convince a resilient 11-yr-old that it might make sense to study his English vocabulary if he wants to be professional NBA-player. He thinks he is just about to be discovered and school is one of the most superfluous inventions in the world. Now the test has been written and we are waiting for the results...
I am finishing tunnels for quilts that are supposed to go somewhere, clipping threads off the backside which I had been too lazy to do when I finished it (not a good idea - one should definitely always do that right away!!!!!!)
|This quilt will be shown at FoQ in August - Europe, or not?|
I also finished my contribution for the challenge in Ste. Marie-aux-Mines, it will be photographed this afternoon, so I can get that application out before I leave. Because I am getting ready to go to teach in Israel next week. That will be very exciting.