Bright enough for you? I like color!
A few pictures of early spring, just starting to pop. It has been a wet, cold & late winter this year, so not our best spring but still …. Here’s a few early pictures I took of my waking garden after a long winte
Wendy Sheppard-Just look at that quilting I first became acquainted with Wendy Sheppard through Diane Gaudynsi’s website. She was in the section of blog’s that Diane follows. Well, any blog that Diane Gaudynsi follows must be top notch, so I checked it out immediately! WOW, Wendy knocked my socks off, I could immediately see theContinue reading “Wendy Sheppard A Rising Star & and I knew her when…”
So here’s the start of several new quilts, more to follow. I’m on a botanical kick, loving the thread painting and hanging on to the last of the flowers as fall approaches. Here’s the wee beginnings…
Bonus: a tutorial on raw edge appliqué
When I got the request for this custom order for 2 jelly fish featured in an art quilt, I would never have thought of doing a wall hanging with this theme. But the more I thought about the request, the more excited I got about the idea. It was intriguing and interesting, and fun to work out how to go about it. I think that’s part of the enjoyment of creating any sort of art; translating an idea into something concrete. Working out the “how am I gonna do that?” to “I did it and it’s good!!” .
I was asked to submit some of my art quilts in a textile art exhibt; Second Skin Textile Art Exhibit. It is being held in New Hope, Pa at the New Hope Art Gallery Sept 11 – Oct 9th. Here’s a copy of the flyer, with my art quilt pictured on the back!