You’re Never Without a Camera

  1.  On my walk one day last month looking up I saw delicate pink blossoms with sky blue behind them. Glorious cherry blossom time! Thanks to my smart phone I could snap off a few pictures. It is so easy to do with the smart phones most everyone carry.
  2. Another perk of always having a camera with you? Think of all the opportunities for selfies, we take them ever where we go. How fortunate we can chronicle every moment of our lives!
  3. I’m sure we have all found it convienentt.Thanks to my Smart phone I took a few pictures,  I started a new art quilt. Here are a few photos.
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The silk painted and ready tours.

1-I’ve finished painting all the silk, Some pink that I’ll use to make the blossoms. I eventually made zillions of blossoms ( a wee exaggeration [but it felt like a zillion). Also the blue sky and limb colors  I was ready. Let the appliqueing begin.  like  like

2-At this point I’ve finished appliqueing everything onto the background and have begun thread painting.

Here are photos of progress

It’s coming along..

Art Quilting Studio magazine

  1. I am excited to tell you. Art Quilting Studio magazine is  publishing another one my art quilts in it’s latest summer issue.  This time it is my Red Egret At Waters Edge. I tried to capture the sparkling glimmer created by the suns rays reflected as it sinks  lower in sky. 

Here’s some pictures of of my “Egret” as published in the magazine. It is a beautiful magizane and the content addresses the kind of information that most art quilters would be interested to know; techniques, materi:als and jibrands used, etc.

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I’m  excited and appreciative to be included in this beautiful publication.

  • Art Quilt of Egret

Here it is. 

  1. Note: This quilt is available on my Etsy shop, https://BarbaraHarmsFiberArt.com as soon as it is returned from the magazine.