Final 2017 Catch Up
A friend's elderly mother rescued an elderly yorkshire terrier. This granny square was made from the left overs of the leftovers.
Reykjavik Art museum and is by Asmundur Sveinsson.
These blue and white glazed tiles are waiting to be fired.
Green Knight from Arthurian legend? I think there is a remnant of a pre Christian December deity in the tale with the holly and everlasting life associations. This outdoor pottery was my interpretation. He has a holly leaf helmet and eyes from a medieval manuscript.
A leather pouch to keep my pottery tools in.
Janus was the Roman god we associate with January as the month looks both ways. He was the god of doorways. I tried to make one face eastern and the other western. I think it can be improved on a lot, but I like the concept.
Rosewood Cottage. I bought the pattern at the 2012 Birmingham Quilt Show. I think I ought to begin it as a main project next.
That is the end of the huge catch up of my craftings from where my old blog left off last September. From now on it will just be small craft posts and the occasional share of the Forest and places I visit.