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Thursday, December 31, 2015

Finishing 2015 With A Reversible Quilted Art Clergy Stole

I just finished up this Reversible Quilted Art Clergy Stole
to finish out 2015!
See progress here & here.
I'm thankful for the opportunity to create Quilted Art 
and offer it to others.
I've also added it to my ETSY shop for sale.
Linked to Off The Wall Friday

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Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Hand Piecing Clergy Stole Side 2 Progress

Organizing my batik remnants yielded a few
green Apple core remnants from other projects. 
I hand pieced them and am now
had sewing them down for Side 2 of 
of  this Clergy Stole. 
It will make a great gift for a recent Seminary Graduate
or Clergy.

Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Quilted Art Christmas Tree Re-purposed

Artists appreciate hand made art. 
I wish I had taken a photo of the original fabric 
of this Christmas Tree that I purchased a few years ago.
I really liked the idea even though it was an odd color of green
with gold buttons.  Since I prefer to decorate with silver and blue,
this year
I decided to refashion the tree using the old shape as my pattern.
Now it's quilted from blue batik fabric, white buttons,
 wood repainted black and topped with a silver bow.
Ahh, it's ready for next Christmas!
Linked to Works For Me Wednesday
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Friday, December 25, 2015

Merry Christmas - Quilted Art Nativity

This Quilted Art Nativity Sold last Christmas.
Created when I was part of a Miniature Quilt Group as a monthly
challenge to paper piece one section a month.  
My style is more improvisational now
but this composition is still special to me.

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Thursday, December 24, 2015

Merry Christmas - Simple Nativity

Thanks Cindy for this simply  beautiful
Nativity from wood and a bit of paint.
It's one of my favorite decorations.
Merry Christmas.

Friday, December 18, 2015

Semi Circles & Patchwork Green Clergy Stole

A sideways view of this latest fun Clergy Stole - Side 1.
Re-purposed  green batik circles but and rearranged
topped with improvisational patchwork of 
various green batik fabrics.
It's nice when what you pictured in your head turns out 
the way you see it!
Linked to Off The Wall Friday
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Thursday, December 17, 2015

Slow Stitching Seed Stitch

Although I don't have a specific purpose
for this Seed Stitched Oak Leaf yet,
I am certain it will become part of an upcoming composition.
This is the last of the prepared
hand embroidery "kits" I had ready for times
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Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Fiber Art Mounting Technique

I've been following Melody Johnson's blog for some time 
and was excited when she began mounting her smaller
Fiber Art pieces a new way.  
Cheap Joe's Art Stuff opened locally recently
so I am going to give Melody's method a try.
And be sure to check out her inspiring Fiber Art.
Linked to Works For Me Wednesday

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Thursday, December 10, 2015

Clergy Stole Completed

Earlier this year I took the challenge from Crazy Mom Quilts
to re-purpose  tiny remnants and create "new" fabric from them.
The  Scrap Vortex QAL  fabric I created has found it's way again into 
Side 2 of this Clergy Stole incorporated 2 of the 
that I stitched over Thanksgiving
along with Green batik fabrics.  
There's also some Hand stamped  and discharged areas.
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Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Italian Gedifra Velour Yarn Preemie Hat

While paring down my gleaned yarn stash,
I came across this unique and beautiful yarn. 
Italian made Gedifra Velours is very soft and easy to use for 
this newest Knitted Preemie Hat for the local Neo Natal Unit.
that is quick and brightens a sometimes long  hospital stay.

Thursday, December 3, 2015

Time For A New Quilted Purse

After machine quilting the batik fabric components
similar to the 
 "Cupcake" Maruca Sling Bag that I purchased 
from a local gallery last year,  
 I fiddled with the design a bit more and 
created another black and white cross body purse
for myself. 
 It's similar to the 
oyed the size and function so much that I've
I made earlier although a bit larger for my phone.
Linked to Off The Wall Friday
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Wednesday, December 2, 2015

2015 Christmas Ornaments Quilted Art

For many years I have created an ornament for each of my children and some friends.
What fun now, to see the yearly ornaments on their trees in their own homes.
This year, I'm wanting to share this fun experience with others offering this
2015 Christmas Ornament for sale as well.
Celebrate Christmas 2015 with this Reversible Quilted Art Ornament.
One side is a collage of red batik fabrics while the reverse is a collage of green batik fabrics.
2015 is hand stamped on gold batik fabric to make this
a timely and memorable ornament for your tree.
Only 10 available.
Linked to Thursday Favorite Things
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Crazy Mom Quilts
 Julie Bagamary Art For Sale

Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Fabric Bead Necklaces

I am very blessed to meet with a small group of Artists
where we encourage each other,
spur one another forward and 
sometimes spend the evening 
creating something fun
like these fabric bead necklaces.
Left - Gabrielle's creation for a couple little girls,
Jodi's green and brown necklace
and my red batik (of course) beads
embellished with buttons and beads.
Linked to Thursday Favorite Things.
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