Superb Owl Sunday

I love Sandra Boynton’s Super Bowl owls so much that I stitched a patch of one in 2021 …

Fast forward to the here and now … I’m in the process for attaching the red moon cabin block to My Heart’s Compass

After pinning it to the flannel, I used two strands of Deb Lacativa’s floss to “quilt” it … working out from the middle …

and close-up …

Almost there …

I guess I shouldn’t be surprised when my cloth goes wonky since I don’t measure anything except the height of each patch (1” for the black and white patches, 1.75” for the colorful patches) …

So it is what it is and this patchplay needs only two more headings for May and June up top and a strip of black and white patches along the right hand edge. Then I’ll let it rest until I decide whether to continue with the rest of the year or back the cloth as is. I’m good with it either way.

I’m also extremely good with the development of the new art … fully told blog. Since I didn’t formally announce the first posts, here they all are in chronological order …

https://ackertart.blogspot.com/2021/10/the-perfect-wedding-gift.html
https://ackertart.blogspot.com/2021/10/new-mexico-memory.html
https://ackertart.blogspot.com/2021/10/title-three-spirits-artistmaker-don.html
https://ackertart.blogspot.com/2021/10/roadrunner.html

N.B. From here-on-in I’ll just post the most recent