Each Wednesday, I post a snapshot of the projects I’m working on, and where my brain is at.
What do I have swirling around my brain right now?
I can’t believe it was only two weeks ago that I released the second edition of the second book in the Shawl Geometry Series. It feels like a lifetime ago.
I pulled out an old, old work in progress this week.
It’s an embroidery project that I started when I very first moved to NYC. The idea was to embroider fabric and turn it into a skirt. I’ve worked on it on and off over the past four years, but other projects came in and out and took focus.
I pulled this project out at the end of the year, when I reviewed all the projects I have in the works, and said maybe I’d keep working on it and turn it into a wall hanging of some sort.
Well, I pulled it out, and it’s turning into a growing meditation on individuals coming together to form a collective tapestry. (That, and also being a way to keep my anxiety at bay.)
And I’m still editing the second edition of Shawl Geometry Book Three. Plus doing all the other things.
Stitch. Stitch. Stitch. Write. Write. Write. Call. Call. Call. Make. Make. Make.