a little blog about crafting, sewing, nothing, & everything.

7.13.2010

DC, finally

Here are some photos I took in DC. My camera's getting worse every time I try to use it, and maybe I am too.

National Portrait Gallery, from the floor.

Renwick Gallery, part of the Smithsonian Museum.

Wild Bill, Presidents' exhibit of the National Portrait Gallery.

Close up of a silk installation piece at Renwick. It's kind of dumb that I don't remember who the artist is.

Perty houses.

Virginia has the best welcome sign. But their interstate only goes up to 65.

Tiled wall bordering a park in Stacy's neighborhood.

Prettiest dessert I ever did have! (Red Rocks)

Awesome concrete-writing fail. It looks like it says "fuck everything", but it actually says "luck everything". Rawr!

4 days is not enough. This was my second trip to DC. Not pictured is the Thao and Mirah show we went to for Stacy's birthday. Divine!
Hello all! This has been some absence, huh?

Well, I've been busy going a few different places and cleaning up my craft space. There are about 12 different projects that I've started just cluttering up my table so before starting anything new, I'm working on getting rid of that stuff. Also, I'm working on finding a job (which is not what I want to spend my time on, but so it goes..) as well.

Below are some photos of things I've been working on:


Was: Pillow Case
Is: Dress!

Close up of paisley pattern. I love the warm colors!

Here's a pouch I sewed today. It's only been in cut-out pieces for like, 6 months.


Yesterday I finished a skirt that had been in pieces since I lived at my other house in Murfreesboro (almost a year!)

Yikes, I'm a little behind.


In other news, I finally deleted my myspace account yesterday. I forgot all about that! I wonder if I still have a livejournal/xanga/deadjournal out there somewhere. (Yes, I had an account with all of those sites. I was young, leave me alone!)

Next post (immediate, I swear) will include photos of DC and possibly East TN. This interface is not conducive for adding lots of photos in each post.