Sunday, January 13, 2013

Good intentions

Well I came on with good intentions to update with all of my projects and what I've been working on. I uploaded my photos from my camera and realized darn! I've been taking all the photos with my phone and putting them on instagram! Seriously, instagram is addicting, like really addicting. It has put me in touch with so many wonderful, crafty people who do such beautiful work and its such a pleasure to see their work and process and it's great to get to talk to them about it as well. So if you'd like to see my daily photos of what I'm working on and doing follow me on instagram. My id is jaayimee. And I promise I will make a point of taking more photos with my regular camera too. I do have a before photo to share with you. Remember me saying I needed to clean out my sewing room closet but it was going to have to wait until after Christmas? Well I took the before photos so you can see how bad it really is. Some time this year it will get all torn out and stuff will be gotten rid of and it will be organized and cleaned up. I did clean it up a bit yesterday and toss a few things but that is because I was looking for some thing (that I never found I might add) but I will be doing a major clean out this year. Before...
Can you believe how bad this is? It's stacked higher than me. Here's a close up.
It's bad my friends, really bad. Also I do have a finish to share of the quilty find. I was looking through Etsy for a gift for my mom for Christmas and decided to look for some thing related to her favorite movie of all time, Jaws. She has a copy of this movie in every room of her house that has a tv and even at my uncles house so when she travels there she has a copy to watch as well. It's crazy. Well, I was finding nothing but I did find a painting that inspired me. Out of that inspiration I created this wall hanging.
I love how my quilting turned out. I was exactly how I envisioned it. A few detailed shots.
She loved it. I mean REALLY loved it. I was very happy. Also yesterday I spent several hours dying some fabric and aida cloth teal and I was very pleased with how it turned out. I managed to get photos too!
This is the aida. It was difficult to get the actual color in the photo but I liked how it turned out and trust me it's teal.
This is the fabric. I will be using some of this in my Cat in the Hat quilt I am making for Alec which I am going to cut the fabric for right now. I promise to take photos. Bye!

1 comment:

Mary said...

That's awesome! What a fun idea!