The fog comes in
on little cat feet.
It sits looking over
harbor and city
on silent haunches
and then moves on.
I learned about a relatively new Call for Entry this week called Urban Murmurs. It immediately brought to mind Carl Sandburg’s poem which I learned as a child…I would be curious to know what images Urban Murmurs conjures up for you!
I would also encourage you to check out the Urban Murmurs website. The juried exhibition is being sponsored by two friends, Julie Brandon and Val Schultz, whom I deeply respect and who create really high quality exhibitions. The exhibition will run from April 18 – May 20, 2016. Since the entry deadline is February 1, 2016, you have plenty of time to plan to enter.
I can only hope that I will be in a position to submit an entry by February 1! Here is where most of my fabric stash currently exists.
Is this all of it? Well no, only most of my quilting cottons. My handwork supplies are still filling my office and will probably do so till fall. But, I expect my time to be increasingly split between coasts as our second home nears completion, so I am beginning to box up what I can when I am in our NY home. It will give me a better feel of the size of a load that will move out to the new house.
What exactly did I accomplish in the past week? Well, I could go into details on easements and closet design, but that is not the purpose of this blog. 🙂 Time was pretty limited this week for stitching but I did manage to finish designing and stitching the side of the pouch that I was working on last week.
Here is hoping that I have something to show on the other side of the pouch by next Friday!
Linking up, as usual, with Nina Marie’s Off the Wall Friday.