Tuesday, March 27, 2012

PERMISSION TO PLAY IN QUILTING ARTS



A few months ago I was showing you a little art quilt I was working on, but then I never shared the finished piece.  That's because it landed in the latest April/May issue of Quilting Arts.  I just opened my copy and I can't wait to dive into some of these projects.  I named mine Permission to Play for good reason.  I share in detail on how to use things sitting around the house to dye, stamp and embellish your own creation.  This one little project personally sparked the desire to continue to play and experiment and I have since been playing hard.  Never too late, they say.  Here's my palette for today:




This Quilting Arts issue is so full of ideas for painting, printing, dyeing, rubbing and stenciling on fabric.  Giving me goose bumps; gotta go dive in.....now.   

5 comments:

  1. oooh! I want to see your painting! It looks right up my alley!

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  2. I would be happy with the leftover paint on the palette framed! Gorgeous colors.

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  3. I want to see more of that painting as well! Thinking we need an art day when I'm there next week! It's time you taught me some painting skills...

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  4. Oh you all are funny. My teaser seems to be working. Jennifer, yes, lets have a paint day next week.

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  5. Enjoyed your piece tremendously! The whole issue was great fun, but the colors and combo of techniques you used in yours was so relateable! Thank you for an inspirational piece!The choice of fabrics can add so much to the feel and it felt great!

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