There is no excuse to the increase in price we have seen for insulin.
Saturday, December 07, 2019
Saturday, November 16, 2019
Friday, October 11, 2019
Sunday, August 11, 2019
Sunday, July 21, 2019
|From the Happy Heart pattern, Clover and Cleveland Hare||July 19-21, 2019 Three very hot days I made this patchwork bag while I stayed indoors|
|I completed this locker hooked rug 7/17/19
||I painted a chicken with alcohol ink. I used as my guide this mug rug in the Spring 2019 Wool Works |
Thursday, June 27, 2019
I went to Blick on 23 St. and bought some items. I got these droppers to use with my alcohol ink.
I found a small tile in a random box of craft items and painted it with alcohol ink. I wrote the Chinese word for Spring on it. I ordered some ribbons and fabric strips from Color Crazy and made the locker hooked design from one of her patterns.
I participated in the Rag Bag Gals sticks and stones amulet bag swap, I put my treasures on top of the Chinese symbol for double happiness.
Thursday, May 30, 2019
|Another patchwork bag|
May 2, Holocaust Remembrance
This alcohol ink work I made in memory of Lori Gilbert Kaye who lost her life in the shooting at the Poway Synagogue. The chief rabbi of that congregation said that the way to react to darkness is with light.
Tuesday, March 05, 2019
|Prim Bunny, Clover Hare pattern by Happy Heart Patterns|
|Patchwork Bag||Fabrics from the Fat Quarter Shop, Darlene Zimmerman bundle|
|Scribbles by Cyndy Sieving Hearts, Rag Bag Gals Swap||Bunny enjoying a Spring day in Van Cortlandt Park|
|Pincushion Doll||Pattern found at Shabby Art Boutique|
Monday, January 07, 2019
|magnets covered with Yupo,||painted with alcohol ink|
|Candy's Quilting, closing Jan 26 140 W. 22 St, NYC|
I've been experimenting with alcohol inks. I had bought this Canson recycled paper that had a glossy side. I decided to try the inks on it. It doesn't work well, you can see on the reverse side the way the inks just got absorbed. After I finished the page, I thought my Carmen Miranda singing stamp would look good on the yellow, so I stamped it using green ink.
Thursday, December 13, 2018
The Sound of Starbucks
I learned about Chawne Kimber from an article in Scientific American. She is a mathematician and a quilter. This is her blog.
Jay Hart did a tutorial on making a handkerchief doll.
Lisa Pay shows how to do the back stab stitch
I was reading instructions for a doll pattern and at one point this stitch was mentioned. I thought this was a good video. She demonstrates its usefulness in making toy animals.
|Inspired by this video https://youtu.be/oi4Qgq0KKJQ|
This gift table scarf has been received.Now I can show it.
|I used the roll it up pillowcase pattern. It can be found on this page of All People Quilt|
|Woodland Sprite, pattern by Colette Wolff|
|A film I made of my September crafting|
|Mouse Half Size|
Happy Heart Pattern
|Steve the chef is carved wood 6 inches tall. If you would like to order one, contact email@example.com|