This last weekend was quite productive. I took Bucket to my twice yearly quilt retreat and made great progress while #freerangetextileprinting. Then, I came home, switched out the newspaper and tinfoil I had been using to steam (this is a link to Pokey Bolton’s blog related to our Playful Fabric Printing blog hop-who chose the steamer as aContinue reading “Lace Swirl Quilt Top”
Tag Archives: Teaching
Focus on Fiber Florida Style
I will be teaching at Focus on Fiber Florida Style this coming April 4-8, 2017, and I would love to see you there! The You Can’t Resist This! class explores the use of soy wax as a resist, combined with Procion MX dyes and mono printing, to create vibrant and uniquely textured prints. Soy waxContinue reading “Focus on Fiber Florida Style”
Craft NAPA 2016, soy wax, embroidery, small works!
We are blog hopping, and I certainly hope that you might jump over to every name on our hopping list and comment (list is at the bottom of this post). There are great prizes in store if you do, but you must comment! And! I am hoping you might consider registering at Craft NAPA and takeContinue reading “Craft NAPA 2016, soy wax, embroidery, small works!”
Progress and the peacock
The Peacock Quilt is coming along. It has made the demand of needing it’s own hand printed border, a mission for my creative week! Come check it out!
Soy Wax, Paint and Teaching: Craft Napa
I will be teaching, You Can’t Resist This, a soy wax resist and paint class at Craft Napa in coming January 7-9, and I would love for you to join me. In this class we will explore what resists mean, how to layer and build color stories that work with your chosen motifs, and weContinue reading “Soy Wax, Paint and Teaching: Craft Napa”
The Breastless Beauties
You will soon find a sales gallery of what I am calling ‘Breastless Beauties’ on my website. I am very excited about this work as it integrates my advocacy work for body positivity and flat reconstruction due to breast cancer with my artistic, multicolor printing endeavors. I have not previously printed so many pieces inContinue reading “The Breastless Beauties”
This last weekend I took a trip out to Columbus, Ohio to teach at QSDS, and boy was it a great experience. I worked with women who were focused, ready to learn, open to new information, and each and every one of them made really good cloth. I found companionship in Denise and Susan, whoContinue reading “QSDS”
I am off to teach at the GASC in Arlington Texas. I have my hand sewing and embroidery work all packed and ready to go. I, of course, am bringing all 3 Sew-plies purses. I am attached to them right now, I love them-they have become tiny backpacks with specific intention-to help me sew. IContinue reading “Sew-plies Polka”
This should be Flash Card Friday, but it is not. I called a fun day. I went to my monthly appointment, my Man accompanied, very helpful-the lad. A memory of the day, not fully explained: X-ray box, perforated paper, square head man face, front top quadrant of the page-drawn by David. Me: Flipped, vertebrae, ribs,Continue reading “Whirlwinds”