This week I am highlighting some of my more romantic inspired fabrics. First of all is my entry into the Steampunk Valentine contest. It was inspired by Victorian valentines and Steampunk costumes. I love the playfulness of Steampunk. I even included my favorite Steampunk singer, Professor Elemental, because he has a song that just makes
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This foursome of brightly colored patterns is a selection from my new print collection, African Florals in Spring Pantone Colors. It is available in a range of fabrics as well as wallpaper, decals and giftwrap. The patterns are designed with flowers found in Senegal, specifically, the tiny flowers on the Acacia tree and the rare
Here is my latest entry for a Spoonflower contest. The contest theme is baby animals and so I continued exploration of the Onagadori chickens I began with the Garden Path collection with these brightly colored spring chicks. Please consider voting for me this week in the Baby Animals contest.
I have been working on this art quilt all summer. While that may be hard to believe, given the quilt’s small size (aprox 18 x 15 inches), if you have seen my earlier post, you know why. Shown here is another art quilt in my thread tree series, this time depicting a foggy early spring
These are my newly dyed scarfs for spring. I intended the red be more pastel. Oh well, that is how tub dyeing goes. In fact, all my dyeing jobs have resulted in surprises with no two batches being alike. I can predict a little of how it will go, for example, I know that the
I mentioned in an earlier post working on an art quilt with the thread trees I have been making. I am going to only put up what I can scan because my camera is recharging and I am submitting this quilt to the county fair tomorrow. This will be my first submission! Try to imagine