. . . this time in wool.
. . . on my beloved linen.
I have to tell you. . . I was actually giddy - I was having so much fun! I kept asking myself, why I had let so much time go by since I had done anything in wool.
I love working with wool!
I sat myself down at my design/studio table , piled little stacks of wool all around & played. . . at least that's what it felt like! I had so much fun playing with the colors. . . loving the textures & softness of the wool & well, everything about it!
Once I had my wool colors picked out for each of the blocks, I ironed the freezer paper templates onto the wool. . . did a rough of the wool cut around the templates. . . & then I put each into their own little zip-baggie. . .
. . . & then I moved onto the next block. . . !
. . . Later, I spent the evening with my zip-baggies, my scissors & the Winter Olympics & I cut out all my woolie pieces, asking myself time after time why I had waited so long to work with wool again!
So. Much. Fun. (what can I say. . . I can be veeerry easy to please!)
(by the way. . . I just have to say that it has been so much fun to watch & listen to Canadians sing their national anthem at the Winter Olympics! They have such enthusiasm & sing it with pride & joy! Wonderful to watch! Way to go Canada!)