home stretch

So, I’m unofficially counting down. My Heather Ross fabric design class is only a couple weeks away and I’m getting super excited. I really don’t know what to expect, and sadly, I have no real design ideas ready to turn into some awesome fabric. So my plan is to just soak it up.

In celebration of my upcoming class, I spent some hard earned camera strap money on a big pile of half-yard cuts of Far Far Away II. If you’re looking for it, Purl has it all (well, they did today anyway). They should arrive in a few days.

Now riddle me this – is it lame to make myself a new tote and camera strap out of it and bring it to Heather’s class? Is that too hero-worshippy? I feel like this is one of those things “if you have to ask…” I mean, basically, I can’t play it cool. I seriously don’t know how. I might as well go to class in Munki Munki pjs.

4 Replies to “home stretch”

  1. Maybe the tote and camera strap are a little hero-worshippy, but put on the pj’s and play it for laughs! (Okay, I know the pj’s thing wasn’t serious, but still…)
    Actually, take a fabric marker with you and ask her to autograph the camera strap. We get authors to autograph their books, so why not?

  2. I like the way you think, Sandi!

  3. Have fun! Sometimes the best thing is just that, get there, soak it up, be in the moment. The ideas gel, ferment and start coming out later.

  4. I would love to see a photos of you in class in Munki Munki pj’s!

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