Phew! Carrefour Europeen du Patchwork was hectic- fortunately I did get some help from my friend Margo from Teinture Textile. Saw lots of people i knew and met some new ones. Delivered my Gypsy Blanket to Aurifil.
Now it is down to very hard work- working on my Syria book, a book proposal and an exhibition here in le Triadou at the end of October just before I return home. It will be our first exhibition as Atelier Printemps Sacre ( sorry can't find the accent thingie). I want to make a lot of new quilts all inspired by being here this year! I kind of feel fueled up and ready to go!
Today I have been African painting fabrics to use in work later on. It takes quite some time to paint these so i tend to spend a whole day or two making the fabric. Tomorrow i will do some dyeing.
And the pomegranate tree in the garden is spawning fantastic looking pomegranates! My favourite fruit and motif.