Another small piece sold at my show at Ciel Gallery in Charlotte NC. The show will end at 5 p.m. Saturday June 30 so you still have time to see it if you are in the area. Yesterday a blog reader and her husband from AL visited and also a NC resident who traveled 3 1/2 hours to see the show was there. My daughter was in her studio and got to meet them. Thanks to both of you!! I wish I could have been there and met you too.
I decided to make another piece similar to this one. So far I have just pressed all of the raw edge strip onto a piece of fusible batting. I have no idea what is happening to it next. I'll let it tell me.
Warning to greedy squirrels: Don't go head first into the bird feeder without an escape plan!! I was eating my lunch and glanced out at this feeder and noticed the tail wasn't moving. I went out to investigate and he's dead in there. I thought I could shake him out but he's stuck. It really makes me angry that he waited until I hung a new feeder to replace the one that was worn out. The squirrels have been doing this dive into the feeders for years and this is the first one that didn't make it out. They are just too handy for their own good. They know how to pop the tops off of 2 of my 3 bird feeders in about 2 seconds. I won't be replacing this feeder.