Friday, June 8, 2012
Last week I showed a quilt I made without the middle layer of batting. I decided we need another. And as much as I love this lighter weight for summer, I may be making more.
And how about that vintage glider with it's fresh coat of paint? I first acquired this in 2009 and Razor sanded and fixed it the best he could for Mother's Day this year. I love the fresh coat of silvery, gray paint. This glider may be far from pristine but has good reason. My uncle found it on a barrier island off the coast of Mississippi after Hurricane Katrina. It was in a large heap of mangled storm damage. I giggle every time I think of him pulling it out and putting it on his boat.