Thursday, February 7, 2019

Halfway Through the 72 Landscapes

I've now gone past the halfway mark on my 72 Days of Landscapes and they still surprise me everyday, I keep pulling things out of my stash and they keep inspiring me.

Day#32
watercolor crayons and hand dyed fabric

Day #33
handmade paper, hand dyed fabric and pen

Day#34
hand dyed fabric, screen print 

Day #35
watercolor crayons and discharged fabric

Day #36
hand dyed fabrics, screen prints and painted and melted tyvek 

Day #37
dyed paper towel, hand dyed fabric, chenille threads

Day #38
dyed paper towel, discharged fabric, white gel pen

I also used up some more scraps for another donation quilt top. A very generous friend gave me some fabric to back this one and also for a border and backing on the one I posted last week. It's forecast to snow this weekend so it may be a good time to get them quilted.

2019 Weekly Leaf wk #6
One of last weeks Solarfast prints.



2019 Daily Stitching days 32-38




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

12 comments:

  1. Wonderful variety in those landscapes but I am in love with those stitched circles. And amazed at the amount you accomplish!

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  2. The landscapes are wonderful- all so different. Quilting some charity quilt tops is on my list too, I have a couple that have been sitting in my closet since last summer nagging guiltily at the back of my mind. Maybe this is the time to knock them out!

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    1. Thank you Shannon, get those tops out and get them done - it will feel so good!

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  3. Your landscapes are starting out really nice. Love to see them finished. I have tried landscapes a few times, but not very successfully, yours look great.

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    1. Thank you, I'm keeping them very simple and with very little detail.

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  4. I especially like the way you have used shibori in your landscapes. I am sure that I would have run out of ideas.

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    1. Thank you, I'm surprised myself that I keep coming up with them.

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  5. Such a wonderful variety of embroidery stitches in your projects!

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  6. Way to go! Using the variety of items and techniques accumulated through a lifetime of learning! Hooray for you!!

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