Tuesday, April 21, 2009

The Results

Here is the finished embroidered laundry bag (from my last post) in it's new home at Patsy's Homestead Cabin Retreat. I made it to fit in this old washtub which is now a display for my hand dyed fabrics.
Can you imaging having to wash your laundry by hand? I know some of my Amish neighbors still do. I wonder if they are lucky enough to have a "Speed Queen" washtub like Patsy. :)

Patsy has an incredible knack for finding and using found items. See this post and this post for a look at her creative mind. I love exploring the nooks and crannies of her retreat. There is always something new to find.

I have my list of items that are not stocked at our local quilt shops. I leave tomorrow for Paducah with my girlfriends. We are all so excited. I hope we sleep well tonight!

Talk to you when we return!

P.S. I just posted pictures of shibori dyed fabrics on my Dye Candy blog. I am taking a class from Marjie McWilliams through Quilt University. I am having so much fun playing and getting messy.


quiltcrazygal said...

I can't wait to hear about Paducah, sounds like a great time. Chicago was so wonderful, I just want to quilt all the time:) I have to check out the Dye Candy blog, I really want to dye some of my own fabrics, yours are beautiful. Blessings Jenna Louise

Millie said...

Chris the finished laundry bag is very cute. I so agree with you, it would be so hard to wash clothes by hand.

Lynn said...

Chris, your lovely hand work looks beautiful on this delightful piece of furniture...love seeing all your pretty fabrics flowing from it.

And no I would not have to do hand washing!!! We are so lucky and take so much forgranted.

bindu said...

Its bright and cheerful!

Greenmare said...

it is just beautiful! and the hand dyed fabrics are even more beautiful!!!