Not So Simple Geometry

I finally finished the quilt that I started a while back. Last week when I was sick, I got a lot of the hand stitching finished. I have named it Not So Simple Geometry.

Congdongeometry

Here is a close-up:

Congdongeometrycloseup

I am quite happy with this as my first experiment in this series I have in my mind. I am planning the next, but also have in mind a quilt using some of the photos I took in Seattle- of reflections in high rises.

Before I do any more quilting, I am finishing the organization of the studio. I finally got the black felt design wall done today. Tomorrow I will work on the screen printing table and the ironing table. I need to hang some quilts and then I will take some photos to share.

Mr. C is finally getting some full spectrum lighting in my office area. As the days get shorter and darker, I will need some better light. Stephanie and I are going to work on a better storage for the kid’s toys. We need to weed out some stuff that they have outgrown. I’ll be so neat and organized that I won’t be able to work for fear of messing it up – Ha!

Now, I am going to go upstairs and watch the much anticipated Studio 60 on Sunset Strip on Mr C’s High Def TV.

5 Responses to “Not So Simple Geometry”

  1. Mary Manahan says:

    Gerrie,

    Very nice! It’s very dynamic…that neutral background is fantastic…I like the hand-stitched effects, too.

  2. teri says:

    Oh gee…you and Mel. I missed it as we are STILL without a satellite dish at the farm (since last Wednesday when we got hit by lightening). Tomorrow is when the guy is supposed to be out to replace it. I guess it really doesn’t matter since I had an ice-pick migraine last night and was in bed (after 2 Vicodins and a Benadryl) by 7pm…

    Love the new piece….I need to get off this computer and go finish putting stuff away in the studio….

    Oh, dad and Janet went back to Nova Scotia yesterday so I am free and clear until the 18th of Oct. when I head off to northern MI for the Fabrications retreat with Desi Vaughn, Peg Keeney, Cathy (Arnett) and Kathie Briggs…..

    Then home to pack for AQT!!!!!

    teri

  3. terry grant says:

    I was so happy to see this quilt last week. It looks even better in person!

    I loved the first episode of Studio 60–think it’s a winner!

  4. Mizmell says:

    Quilt is lovely! I have been mustering up courage for years to put one together. I sew, but have yet to quilt.
    Followed you here from TGB… when I saw the “Crazy for Fiber” in your header, my first thought was to recommend my favorite cereal: Post Grape Nuts Trail Mix Crunch!

  5. Judy says:

    Well, you made the geometry look simple enough! It is lovely.
    Can’t wait to see your studio photos!!