First of all, I'd like to tell you about a couple of interesting things you might like to know about...
1. Pam Kellogg has another in her series of posts dealing with depression up on her blog. I admire Pam so much for being so open about her experiences and know that these posts will be very helpful to anyone who has depression or has suffered from a breakdown. Pam did and talks quite candidly here. She has also posted some pretty incredible crazy quilt pieces throughout her post. Well worth a look!!
2. Further information on crazy quilting - I keep an eye on the Crazy Quilting International site and recently there was a full-of-eye-candy post combining crazy quilting and faces. This would definitely be of interest to those of us who enjoy doll making and/or CQ. Have a look here.
Next up, is a report on the results of washing the walnut ink dyed fabrics from yesterday's post. Well, I'm happy to say that the colour did not change at all!! I was really afraid to put them through the washing machine and, being rather forgetful, I didn't remember to iron them first! Thought of it when they were part way through the wash cycle when it was a bit late!! I certainly wasn't looking forward to hauling them out of the machine, but they are fine.
Carole. I'm really happy with it, even though I did get a bit carried away and made mine about three times as thick as it should have been!! Thank you Carole, so much, for this!!