Friday, October 1, 2010

Play! and Doll Quilt

The Grand Rapids Women's Chorus sang downtown yesterday for the dedication of a statue of Rosa Parks. The event was outdoors, in front of the new Art Museum. As we stood around waiting for the start, we noticed behind us one of the installations for Art Prize [local two week event of 1700 artful items on public display].

By waving your arms and moving toward this sculpture, you can make the "strings" sing different tones.

We had plenty of fun before the "real" event started!


Two Fat Quarters of fabric and half of today, resulted in this doll quilt. Well, I did add that little inner border of white to the FQs.

And here's the back with some added purple fabric.

These are the scraps left from the fat quarters, not much!



A day to play with fabric
Enjoying sauerkraut with various dinners
So quick to get laundry done now [with laundry in my sewing room]!


KQuiltyBee said...

Love your vests! The best of diva without being truly diva (make any sense?)! And I would also love laundry in the sewing room (if I had a sewing room).

quiltingbonnie said...

The Grand Rapids Womens Chorus looks good in their outfits,