Saturday, August 15, 2009

stirrings

Things are stirring in the studio - primarily a large spider who has taken up residence between my chair and the window. I will have to evict him soon. A commissioned first grader's quilt is coming together. Good thing I like her fabric choices as the making of the thing is uninspiring. There are some new beads to contemplate and I've arrived at the comfort zone with my new skill level at the office. Last night I was able to listen to a ballgame (a nilebiter, but we lost ) and do some crocheting between calls. I've been enjoying my own little go bag and so thought I'd make up a few for sale in October. These beads will figure in somewhere with the final design. I keep thinking about how my park critter would work and the moss on Judes roof made me wonder about how one encourages moss to form and what sort of surface would support it and not suffer.

5 comments:

arlee said...

The Spoobit looks awesome in that setting--gawds i would love to see a park addition like that :} Totally kewl. At the least, you should have one hanging around your pool---or by the studio door to keep the spiders out :}
We have tons of the critters right now too--all our rain i guess. Spiders, not Spoobits, though i have heard mossy rustling in the basement...
Maybe fling moss on something and see what happens?

jude said...

ha!

anne said...

YOU CAN PUT SOME MOSS AND BUTTER MILK IN A BLENDER THEN SPREAD THE MIXTURE ON WHAT EVER YOU WANT THE MOSS TO GROW ON! IT REALLY WORKS.
ooops sorry about the caps, Im not yelling

tiedyejudy said...

I think the moss on Jude's roof is baby spoobits not yet hatched...

Melly Testa said...

I love you Deb! Spoobits to the rescue!
I love the piece you are currecntly working on too.