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Thursday, December 14, 2017

Jesus Birthday Fabric Banner

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I've had this Quilted Art banner in the thought process
for quite some time.
Since I mostly decorate with blue at Christmas,
the stars in various blues with black ultra Suede
letting works great for my space.
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Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Grandkids' 2017 Christmas Ornaments

The iconic Berlin little traffic signal man 
is a special shape for me since my daughter and her family live in Berlin.
These Amplemann and girls are in each
grandchild's favorite color.
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Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Day 331 #Ayearinstitches

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Hard to believe  #ayearinstitches - stitching daily
is almost complete for 2017.
It's been a good practice and I'm pondering next year.
Light teal "Y" Stitch to applique beige/teal batik to brown batik.
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Monday, November 27, 2017

Friday, November 24, 2017

Monday, November 20, 2017

"Hope" Modern Female Silhouette Finished

"Hope" is 6th in a spontaneous series honoring women.
 Hand applique collage of hand painted purple fabric,
 green / yellow color lifted fabric on a majestic deep purple twill fabric. 
The female silhouette "dress" is hand embroidery embellished with various stitches as part of participating in the #ayearinstitches challenge. 
Measuring 28 inches wide X 27 inches long, 
it is completed with a hanging sleeve making it ready to hang.
$350 available here
Linked to Off The Wall Friday , Crazy Mom Quilts
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Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Rust Dying Fabric | Orange....Me?

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Day 317 #ayearinstitches 
A fiber artist friend challenged our group to rust dye 
a remnant from the mill her relatives ran many years ago.
 I gathered tomato paste and cans and lids 
and put my piece outside, 
prayed with vinegar and waited for the elements to create design. 
Several days later I looked and the fabric was 
under a layer
 of red clay silt from recent rains and very orange.
 After several washings,
 it's ready for embroidery layered on batik fabrics. 
2 strands teal Running Stitch and Cross Stitch.
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