I found just a few things at the book sale - mostly embroidery design books for inspiration. Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain is a book that was recently recommended, so was glad to find that. And the prize - Zucchini 75 Ways!
On the way back, we stopped to pick up some lobsters for dinner at Bart's Seafood. It's just a roadside stop with an eclectic collection of rusty stuff by the entrance. But a typical New England scene.
I did some more studio work when we got back. One thing I did was try out a product called Color Magnet. It is a dye attractant that you apply to fabric before dyeing and those places should be darker than the rest, making a tone on tone fabric. I used thermofax screens to print all-over designs. In these pictures it is wet from the application. We'll see how it turns out tomorrow.
A quirky thing about New Hampshire is the things you see along the road. Here's one example. There's a barn we pass that has always had a giraffe head in one of the windows. A few years ago, there was a new addition - a baby giraffe!
This year, we're back to just the momma giraffe. But in the window to the left there is a new addition. I believe she's wearing a military helmet.