fiberliscious

Monday, February 25, 2013

a bit of studio time

stress relief therapy 
a sea of plaids and stripes
inspired by Sujata and her photo




using up leftovers from the Nancy Crow workshop


If it's Wednesday, it must be trees on a gravel road


the fun part - selecting the fabric
Sunday's progress pinned on the wall/
no sewing yet

7 comments:

Nifty Quilts said...

You've been busy with some fabulous projects! Love your plaids rocking around in the sea. The turquoise solid is a fresh, happy setting for the plaids. Any boxers in there? Your Nancy Crow project scraps make a wonderful composition! It reminds me of a big house on stilts at the beach. And I always enjoy seeing your nature pictorials. So amazing how you create these!

Sujata Shah said...

The blue scrappy quilt is looking fabulous. I love the touch of scraps on the background. So you!
The Nancy Crow leftovers are making a delicious comeback. I LOVE that quilt in progress. Very graphic and bold.
And the trees - It's amazing to see how carefully you select the fabrics. Those straight lines in the pencil sketch or pattern magically disappear. That is a true talent!

MariQuilts said...

Oh my...can't wait to see where these go.

Pinkadot Quilts said...

I am always blown away when I see your work. You make it look easy and I know it is not......those trees are going to be amazing!

Sharon Robinson said...

Wow, your NC leftovers look just like little buildings. At least the architect thinks so. I'm off for my two weeks with Nancy this weekend - wish me luck, or sanity!!!

mjb said...

I love the Nancy Crow leftovers!

Em said...

Mary, are you using fusible web to adhere the fabrics in the tree pictorial?