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Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Color Lifting Again

Still wet, a slice cut off a pool noodle was used to 
"stamp" ovals using DeColorant along with some 
long wavy lines.  

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

"Saturday Delight"

 Unique Free Style Cobblestone blocks delightfully dance 
on a  purple background of quilted
circular and rectangular swirls of variegated thread.  Batik Fabrics.
Machine signed by artist.  Ready to hang.
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Tuesday, August 19, 2014

"Tomorrow's Hope"

 Here's another piece I plan to submit for the 
Asheville Quilt Show Gallery Shop.
"Tomorrow's Hope"  $325
Artist's Free Style Cobblestone blocks
are uniquely pieced of batik fabrics creating an original
design of hope for tomorrow. Machine quilted. Ready to Hang.
20 inches X 18 inches.
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Monday, August 18, 2014

"Celebrating Grace" --Asheville Quilt Guild Gallery

 It's time again for preparing forms to place 
wall quilts in the 
This first of 3 I plan to have available is
"Celebrating Grace"  $350
23' X 22"
Artist's hand dyed fabrics mingle with other hand dyed fabrics
that are color lifted, hand appliqued and 
hand  quilted in graceful shapes of celebration.
Machine signed by artist. Ready to Hang. 
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Friday, August 15, 2014

"Cease Striving"

Hand painted fabrics hand appliqued
onto color lifted hand dyed fabric.
22 1/2 inches  X 16 1/2 inches
Ready to hang.
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Thursday, August 14, 2014

Subtle Machine Quilting Begun

 I've chosen subtle machine quilting
and haven't titled it yet,
however I seem to be in a "water" art season.
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Monday, August 11, 2014

Color Lifting Results

 The color lifting added sufficient  interest to the background
teal fabric before I hand appliqued the purple squiggles.
I'm thinking I'll machine quilt in colors to
add more interest to this piece.
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Friday, August 8, 2014

Color Lifting Fun

This piece began quickly to have something to
 hand sew at a Fiber Arts meeting. 
 However, after visiting another fiber artist,
 I chose to first add some interest to the background fabric
 using some Decolourant as a "Color Lifter"
The first squiggles were created using an art gum eraser I carved and 
now I free handed some lines around the squiggle sections and
used a clean humus container lip around the circles.
Now to wait until it dries to iron to lift out the color.
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