The problem with bloghopping is that you can get a bit over stimulated if you don't keep yourself in check. It all started with Ludgera and her idea about the Farmer's Wife Sampler Quilt. Of course Ludgera will diligently have this quilt whipped up by next week.
It reminded me that some time ago, obviously in a moment of madness, I purchased a similar project called Dear Jane...a civil war quilt. I don't even know where the book is at this point, but it's somewhere in the quilting pile.
Back to the theme here....Ludgera's blog led me to Fussycut. Angela's listing of all the interesting things she's doing got me not only intrigued about knitting and finishing my afghan, but also the the Instagram project. "The January Photo a Day Project"
Mary Ann Moss (Happy Birthday today!) is now into Instagram, so I had to find out all about it to quell my curiosity. Turns out, I'd already installed the app and had a few followers, but never truly understood the drill! I'm going to try and use this one exclusively with the iPhone.
Roben-Marie, like many others is doodling, and I've just about finished my on-line class with her inks, so I have a raft of supplies.
As I was scurrying around the house trying to find suitable photo subjects, The Professor and I had a discussion about whether or not everyone does EVERYTHING, or just one of these things. I tend to want to do EVERYTHING at once instead of focusing. That was the end of the discussion.
Nancy is doodling too. Have a look at The Sketchbook Challenge.
As for me....I'll be dreaming and scheming (quilting, knitting, photography, doodling) as I tackle a few Monday household chores and then face the canvas tree skirt that takes up the entire dining table. The afternoon sun is the best light.