Detail from "Rain Dance," an original quilt by Sherrie Spangler

Saturday, February 27, 2016

Leaving wonky for Sedona

I just finished piecing the latest wonky log cabin, except for some scrappy borders. I'll add them when I get back from Sedona. Yes! We're leaving Monday morning for a month of hiking in the Sedona sunshine!

The colors of the cabin are the colors of Sedona sunsets and afternoon blue skies. The oranges and reds are the colors of the rocks. The gold foil is that wonderful sunshine.

My sewing bin is packed and ready to go with the wool birds, some charm packs, a jelly roll and some stamps and paint just in case I get the urge to do surface design when we're not hiking. Can't wait!

Linking up to Nina Marie's Off-The-Wall Fridays:

Have a colorful day


Jennifer Fulton Inquiring Quilter said...

Ooooooh! Have fun on your trip. Sounds lovely! I really like your wonky log cabin blocks. Like little rays of sunshine.

Robbie said...

Wonky cabin is great!!! Have a wonderful time in's a great state and would be my choice for sure. Florida is nice but I'm a 'wild west' girl!!! Enjoy!

Judy Sall Fiber Art said...

You're coming! Yeah! Hope you have a safe trip with mild weather... can't wait to see ya!

Lynda said...

Love your wonky blocks. Have a great time in Sedona. Looking forward to seeing what you and Judy get into this year. Keep us posted!

Susan Lenz said...

Thanks for the comment on my blog! Have fun in Sedona! I'll be checking your blog to see which trails you enjoy most as my husband Steve and I will have a day-and-a-half in Arizona when going for my installation's reception at the Mesa Contemporary Art Center. We've been to Arizona several times in the past but never spent much time in the Sedona area. The colors of your wonky log cabin seem to be a good omen for the palette of Arizona! Have fun!