I was gone most of last week at a workshop in the Catskills with Heather Ross and Denyse Schmidt. Gorgeous location and super fun workshop! I’ll probably do a post about it next week after I’ve had time to process through everything I learned.
I was stuck on the plane for a lot of hours getting there and back, and for whatever reason I ended up being incredibly productive. I ended up taking care of a few programming projects I’ve been wanting to deal with.
So first up, Palette Builder now works on touch devices! It’s still not super pretty, but you can now move the little circle cursors around on your iPad and cell phones! That’s been a long time coming, for sure.
Secondly, I wrote up the first draft of a Kona/Aurifil converter. Choose your Kona or Aurifil and see what the corresponding match is! I’m planning to sort the two lists so it’s easier to find things as well as add color swatches for reference. I’m not sure when that will actually happen, but I’m sure I’ll be on a plane at some point again in the future… In the meantime, you can use the current version here.
Not programming, but I also got some writing time to work on my book. I apparently have a LOT of things to say. I know that will come as a surprise to many of you! 😉
And to finish off this random post and put in a pretty picture, my quilt “We Are” was accepted for the Amish: The Modern Muse show at the San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles!!! I am super thrilled. I couldn’t stop grinning all day when I found out.