I've decided to let my Dear Jane be for a while...
Yeah also not sure yet how long I will manage that because pieces of her are lying EVERYWHERE in my room
. The temptation to work on her is palpable.
But it is a good idea, because this allows me to focus on my other projects, such as cross stitching for the any one colour context
and to practice making bags. Really like making those, so it will be good to have some time to learn techniques and such. Currently, I am working on another bookbag for a friend and a backpack.
Also leaving the Dear Jane be will give me time to get up to date with posting what I've actually finished so far, so you will probably not be free of her
This is the last I did with her to see how my colour choices worked out:
Really happy how the Dear Jane turns out so far. Not sure if I would call the colour combination pretty, but it is interesting no matter what and that's what I love about it
. It reminds me a bit of an abstract painting.
In the meantime I also found the time to write a post about this scrap quilt:
In the post
I tell a bit more about how to make a quilt, so be sure to read it when you want to know
So that's what I've been doing lately, what have you been up to?