Purple is everywhere these days, especially my stitching!
I have a roll of Kaffe Fassett fabrics and purple marches through almost all of them... I want to use them in strips so I am working alternates of Kaffe strips and Seminole piecework.
on my walk this morning... more purple inspiration and so windy its blurred... but interesting anyway!
I made this quilt a few years ago and totally forgot about it.... but I loved the bright colors and found the orange and blue visually exciting. Its perfectly sized for a crib quilt; I think I will offer it on Etsy.
Click the button on the right SEE MY SHOP to go see items on the Etsy page! The back is solid orange, by the way...
I have always heard these round holes in beach rocks happen when a stone is trapped in the opening and the tides make it wash around and around enlarging the hole until the stone grinds away. Aren't they interesting?
Love pictures of tide wrack too! As long as it is natural and not man made...
Here is my quilt for the SAQA yearly Benefit Auction. It is called September Magic and it refers to the beauty of the fall sky and plants. Fields are golden brown and blue and purple morning glories climb up the drying corn stalks. I love the golds and the purples and blues together! Berries hang everywhere, represented by the buttons and fabric choices. I printed the morning glory leaves using a cyanograph process.
Just finished a red, white and blue lap quilt! So easy but I love the combination of all the patriotic fabrics.
Many thanks to our local computer genius Dean who has fixed the problem I have had the last month. No postings almost the whole of my favorite month, February, and that was because I had some evil malware that had attached to my website build page. He cleaned up my computer and solved that problem too so I should be back on track with postings... I'm so HAPPY!
I have always been an artist and with art quilts I have found a way to combine my two loves of painting and textiles.