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Monthly Archive for September, 2008

Lupine

Lupine is a pattern by Bobby Jarrett.  My version in the private collection of Bill & Deb Velacich.

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Forest Ferns

The Prima Jacket Pattern by Akasha is a very simple, easy to put together jacket.  It allows room to create and embellish.   This jacket began  with black fabric, ferns and an experiment in bleach discharge.  I chose the hand marbled fabric that complimented the discharged fabric.  Four different marbled designs of Chocolate  Brown, some scraps of hand dyed burnt orange and black […]

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Pansy by O’Carol Designs is my newest creation.  I used a combination of my Hand Dyed fabrics and my hand marbled fabrics.  The combination of the two give the pansy a lot of depth and texture.  I did not follow the pattern color choices, because I wanted to recreate the pansies that I grew outside […]

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Crayons

You might say I love bright colors.  I am always on the lookout for a fast and easy quilt to use as a baby quilt or charity quilt.  Crayons is perfect.  This is a lap/crib size and it uses 8 Fat Quarters  and 1 1/2 yards of black for the border.  But the great part […]

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It is very rewarding to see my hand marbled fabric made into wonderful creation by others.  This is  Summer Waters by Diann Smith.  I was so excited to see that she had used my green hand marbled fabric as her focus fabric.

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Tiger Lily

  Tiger Lily is designed by Bobbie Jarrett.  I used 3 different hand marbled fat quarters (med orange, orange/yellow, lt orange).  I Machine quilted the lilies following the design of the hand marbled fabric.  It came out better than I had envisioned.

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Northwest Rain

    This vest is also made using the Venetian Vest by Brensan Studios.  For this version I used sun printed fabric for the accent panel.  I added extra leaves using thread.  I also added some rain with some sparkly thread.  The side panels are hand dyed fabric and then machine quilted to give texture.

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Red Planets

This vest is made from Venetian Vest by Brensan Studios.  It’s easy to make and comfortable to wear.  It is perfect for wearable art. The panels are great for piecing and embellishing.  I used three different hand marbled fat quarters in the pannels.  The black side pannels are embellished with red thread.

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