These are the beginners' stained glass class finished tulips.
It was my last class from the fall/winter classes & I really enjoyed having the students in the studio twice a week working on their project.
Spring has finally arrived on the calendar, not so much in our NE corner of New Brunswick.
To pay homage to this month of March I started to work on this Lion & Lamb & will show it once I have more done. This is just the pattern cut glass next I have the grinding to do & more glass choices for the other pieces & cutting of that glass. This art is not a fast one however an enjoyable one watching it all come together!
Bridget Loree doing her 'down' position.
Treats to follow! lol
Baxter Loree doing the same with a snooze time added!
Since the parking lot area has melted down to the asphalt & the laneway to the black stone, he runs like the wind, up & down the ground area. They are getting the feel of spring arriving too!
Next month the family will be arriving for Easter. I've started to decorate & will show more of that next week. I'm working on a lamb outfit for the cement goose right now & a 1930s reproduction quilt that has 40 snowballs & 42 nine-patch squares & 22 red corner blocks. Nearly done doing the blocks!
I needed something with a happy uplifting colour & the 30s knew how to do just that! It was one of the most depressing times with the recession followed by the depression yet the fabric, even the seed sacks gave a glimpse of hope through colour.
I hope you are enjoying your first spring day wherever you are!
Thank you for visiting & do come back to see a few finished projects, we are having rain/snow this Friday. My drill is snow = sew. lol