Viewing entries posted in September 2017

Landscapes from Scraps

Posted by Ruth on 26 September 2017 | 2 Comments


With all of the beautiful fall colors happening at this time of the year there is an amazing amount of possible photos that could be used to make a beautiful landscape quilt. This particular one Marilyn Lee captured. You cannot get much more beautiful than that!

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Quilt Enhancing

Posted by Ruth on 13 September 2017 | 0 Comments


There are several of Daphne Greig's quilts below. Do you know what she used to enhance them, AFTER the quilting was completed?

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Breathtaking Fabric Portraits

Posted by Ruth on 11 September 2017 | 1 Comments


Nine amazing textile portraits have hit social media by storm you could say... and I'm not surprised. These portraits are so real like that you wouldn't imagine they were made of fabrics. Marilyn Belford made her first portrait of her parents (shown top left) back in 1999, she has gone on to make many more wonderful portraits as well as other art quilts. She is one very talented lady! 

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Yosemite Falls, Sandy Beaches or Simple Waves...

Posted by Linda on 5 September 2017 | 0 Comments


"Waves and Waterfalls" is about to begin again - I do hope you join in and make these pieces with me, because what's a party without people?

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