I'm at the start again - it's fresh start - fresh projects - for me.
First project - a geometric or triangle quilt for my bed. A bit modern looking - it may spur me to finally paint out the wood in the bedroom to match. I have picked the four main colours - in the top photo, mustard, pastel blue, almost pink and grey.

I was so excited making the first cuts, piling my triangles ready to stitch and then....well then stopped. I have quilt issues - if I'm going to put this much effort into a quilt the colours have to absolutely work. So the dilemmas ... do I even add more colours? Why don't I have more block colours in my stash? Why is that perfect green colour 1 inch too short to cut a triangle out of???
The fabric piles are still there - the confusion continues.

So I started on a crowl - preparing for the Tasmanian winter. I'm knitting it in pure grey wool - 49 stitches across , size 6.5mm needles, with a moss stitch. 

Grow my little one! Grow!

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Michelle Walker is a Tasmanian born creative. An Artist for life, Visual Arts Teacher, Graphic Designer, Photographer, Hairdresser by trade and mother to two beautiful children.