. . . And, just in time for spring. Putting to bed this morning our latest fabric collection. It is a new direction for me and one that I intend (God willing) to fully explore before leaving this subject matter. I am not at liberty to reveal any details yet but, it certainly feels good to lift my head from this one. The long and painstaking development of this group began last summer and work on it was interrupted by a variety of life and business events. So, re-gaing the creative momentum was tough at times and delayed the final results. Whew! Another one close to my heart. We’re looking forward to introducing this art group (Quit Market in Portland – sneak peek) so please, stay tuned.NewLine©JWF

Finally lifting my head from the drawing board, (and computer) yeeah!

hi·ber·nate  (hbr-nt)

intr.v. hi·ber·nat·ed, hi·ber·nat·ing, hi·ber·nates

1. To pass the winter in a dormant or torpid state.
2. To be in an inactive or dormant state or period.

[Latin hbernre, hbernt-, to winter, from hbernus, relating to winter; see ghei- in Indo-European roots.]

hiber·nation n.
hiber·nator n.