Monthly Archives: July 2014

Colorful Inspiration

My sweetie brought me flowers. Simple flowers from our garden. Beautiful, cheerful flowers.  Pink, orange, yellow. Such a pretty palette. I couldn’t resist taking a picture. These are colors I love. In fact one of the project boxes on my … Continue reading

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Church Banners Again

I don’t like to always make the same things. I like a lot of variety. Most everything I do does involve fabric or stitching, but I don’t like to stick to only one type of fiber work. Cloth dolls will … Continue reading

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In Her Hands

It has taken awhile, but I have finished the third felt vessel. It is too late for it to go into the library exhibit. That’s OK. There will be other shows where it will work. In fact the upcoming fiber … Continue reading

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Sewing Camp Session 3

The last week of Creative Sewing Camp has ended. It went out in a rush and flurry of giggling girls. Two of the girls had began second projects late in the week and since I wanted to make sure they … Continue reading

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An Abundance of Felt

Another felt vessels is finished. Unfortunately I neglected to take pictures before I sent it off to the library exhibit. Rats. I do have an in-the-work picture and one from the exhibit at the library that I can share. Real … Continue reading

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Sewing Camp Session 2

This was a happy group of sewing girls! We giggled all week long! AND we learned a lot about sewing, too. The six girls ranged in age from 9 to 17. All were novices at sewing. By the end of … Continue reading

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