Two pieces of Graffiti fabric used in quilts. These are not quilted, so not counted yet. This was a fun day.
My stamps, stencils, textures.
Fabric is taped to plastic cloth. Paints are Lumiere, Neopaque, acrylic. I used foam brushes.
Big Red flower, finished. Number 21.
I used my energy cleaning up the mess I left behind, from all my recent projects. I am tired out, and still have mess to clear away. So, here is a picture of the next tropical quilt, not quilted yet. It was hard to make, since I completely changed the design several times, and started over.
This scarf is number 21. I knitted it a few weeks ago, but just wove in the ends. I love the Noro yarn. Every one of the colors is gorgeous.
Another new tropical quilt. I can’t remember the name of this flower right now, will let you know. Number 20.
This is my grandfather, dressed as a cowboy, about 1910. The quilt was the first project I made for the Creativity Task, which I mentioned before. The task was to use the colors butterscotch, aqua, and ivory, in a fiberart piece. I got a chance to use the buttons my friend, Gail, gave me for my birthday. Number 19.
Number 18, just finished, Pink Passion.
Three Birds of Paradise, finished today. Number 17.