Today I was up early and got some fabric dyed to fill out my inventory. I am preparing for the quilt show next week. I will also have painted dryer sheets for sale. Since all my art that uses painted dryer sheets is either in the arts council show or sold, I decided to make a couple of samples so that quilters at the show can get an idea of what they can do with those painted dryer sheets. That’s what I have been working on…that and getting my brain organized of what all I have to get done before I leave. I’m still waiting on important orders to get here! I also spent a good part of yesterday trying to get a hotel room. Who knew a military graduation, the Rider Cup (?), and a Coca-Cola convention would all converge on the town the same time as the quilt show?
Canvas, ink, coffee stain, painted dryer sheet, home dec sample, dyed scrim, photo transfer, old buttons, perle cotton stitching, dyed cheesecloth, very old ribbon. The next one isn’t totally finished. I am going to put some more stuff on it, but here’s where it is now.
It’s got pretty much the same stuff as the other one, except I haven’t done the embellishing yet. These are not quilted, in the interest of time, so they have raw edges. The home dec samples are the perfect size to use in a small hanging like this, and I have so many of them…I should really use them more in my work!
I am also watching this hurricane as it comes closer to shore and praying there will be no loss of life. My sister lives in Dayton, TX and has already evacuated to Louisiana, although they could find no hotel room or campground to park their camper. This morning they were still in the Walmart parking lot in Alexandria with their two dogs. The news is saying this one is bigger than Katrina. And that would be a shame.
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oooh, I’ve got some rusted fabric that would look great in one of those…
These are really nice, Kathy. Hope your sister didn’t lose too much in the storm.
Thanks for stopping by! I never thought about rusted fabric (since I am just using scraps I have) but you are right, Carol, rusted cloth would have been great. Maybe next time….