Isn’t this chickeny? Ready for quilting, a Hawaiian Chicken.
Numbers 334, 335, two more coffee quilts.
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Fibra Artysta – Mixed Media Fiber Art: what *she* said…: “…this little girl really knows her stuff.”
You can do it.
Hard at work all day, on a Maui Chicken quilt. This will take several days more to finish. It’s a center piece for my upcoming solo show at 212 Arts in February. The reception is Feb. 18, 7 to 9 p.m. It will be the Grand Opening of the New 212 Arts! 23 steps west of the current building.
I am working on 2 coffee quilts, after Christmas will post. Hope you and yours have a good visit, a warm meal, and make happy memories. Merry Christmas.
Cookie with coffee today. 333
My good friend Babe made 2 of these stacked felt squares ornaments for me, and then let me make 3 more! Isn’t it cute? A good way to use small scraps of felted sweaters. 330-332.
Gaines Collins came up with a terrific way to use printed squares fabric, for wrapping gifts. She sewed 3 sides by machine, then hand stitched the last side, after filling. The long red thread pulls off to open. Now I have a use for the 12 Days of Christmas fabric I’ve been keeping.
Holly Kreag and Nancy Miller participated in the Cafe Challenge, to make art based on a take out cup. Holly made a luscious cup of Java, and Nancy made a delicious Mocha Chocolate lip balm. You already saw my entry. Aren’t these nice people creative?
Yellow cup of cocoa, with mini marshmallows. 329