First it was all about quilting and then dyeing and then I started making books and zentangling and drawing. Now I have given up on limiting myself and this is all about my creative journey. Hope you'll join me on my journey and invite me on yours!
Check out this fantastic exhibit at the New England Quilt Museum. I am torn whether to attend it or not. That is the only Saturday I have home in November to devote to quilting. So, I can go and look at other artist's fabulous quilts or stay home and work on my November Schnibble, tackle a UFO for the UFO challenge, finish my granddaugthers' pocket dolls, and/or work on the self-portrait wall hanging I am making for my mother for Christmas (well, let's be real, I would probably start a new project too).
Here is a picture of the quilt I made for my new grandson last year. It is my first attempt at discharging. This is a whole cloth quilt made from the dark blue fabric that I had painted with bleach then used paint markers to give some additional color. I think it iwas the last project that I quilted by hand. I used that new batting with 50% cotton and 50% bamboo. I really like that batting--very soft and drapes wonderfully.