Thursday, September 20, 2018

SAQA Mini Group and Daily Stitching #2 Done

Last Friday four SAQA members and a guest (an artist, but not with fiber) met at my house. We started by spending time in Studio B looking over some of the wonderful artwork in the trunk show.

Linda V, Carol, Gail, Mary Beth and Carol with the trunk show.

We ate lunch and had some wonderful discussions about what each of us wanted from the group. Then back out to the studio to play with some indigo.


It was a great afternoon that slipped by very fast.

Over the weekend I came home from my walk with a large handful of leaves, so I had to do some printing. I think I ended up with about 25 prints.
The top row is gelli prints on muslin, the middle row is botanical prints on silk broadcloth that were dipped in indigo at the end of their two hour steam bath and the bottom row is botanical prints on silk broadcloth. Some of these will be used in my weekly leaf series, the rest will go in my stash and they may show up next year in a weekly series.

2018 Weekly Leaf #38
I'm starting five weeks of prints done with soy wax and indigo.




2018 Daily Stitching #2 is done!

117 Days
May 25, 2018 - September 18, 2018

2018 daily stitching #3 has been started, I took yesterday off so it starts today.

before stitching
After todays stitching.


Here are the finished four.
The current one will be the last in this series.

I'll be linking up to "Off the Wall Friday" and "Slow Sunday Stitching".

9 comments:

  1. Thank you, Linda. It was a perfect day. I love the leaf prints and the stitching! Beautiful.

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  2. Beautiful stitches. Lovely leaves!

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  3. I love the picture showing the different kinds of printing all together!

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  4. These are so pretty. The leaf reminds me a lot of Alabama Chanin style fabrics.... love her!

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  5. Wow....so much fabulous 'stuff' goes on in your studio! Love the printed leaf with all your lovely embroidery. It is stunning. Stitching #2 looks amazing and #3 is filled with oodles of glorious possibilities. You are so very clever!

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