I do not have a design wall going - but I am managing to stitch in the mornings. This morning I put 2 hours into this large piece.
I have a blood infection, and it is really affecting me.
I spend most of the day in this room - our yellow bedroom with the bay window.
I have art from friends on the wall. Penny Berens - the green stitching to the left.
Linda Finn, the framed piece on the wall.
Hand made necklaces from April and others - also pearls from my mother hang from pins beside it.
A weaving from Avalance looms in the bay window - used when I have a chill at night (and Ned doesn't). It is a one person blanket.
Just peeking out at the top of the bed is the yellow cashmere sweater, another life saver - I wear it when ever I need to wrap myself up. (purchased at Marks and Spemcer's last summer when I was with Grace in England)
In this photo there are no sheets on the bed because Ned washed them and dried them on the line. What you do see is the washable wool fleece we bought in the first year of our marriage - it still covers the mattress. (see the photo under the window? - that's us in 1973 on our wedding day) The plastic box and birch bark basket in the window hold the threads that I am using for the silk quilt. hoop by hoop.