This blog started in January of 2011 as a 365 day project of creativity and using the otherwise unusable: paper crafts, jewelry, sewing, fiber art, pottery, and wherever else I might be led.
It is really now what I would call a journey blog.
This is a clay ball, hollow, and textured. I added iron oxide before the final firing. This seems like Zentangle as I fill each section with it's own texture from carving or hand made stamps or impressions from found objects such as rope or screw heads.
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I have been working with my leaves and scanning in some fabric prints....
This was a particularly washed out mono print that I liked. I used it to practice some hand stitching and play with density. Below is a class sample. I need to work more on my knots....
This mono print became a sample using layers of printed organza and machine stitching.
This one was printed, several times, and then I added hand stitching, layered again with printed organza, and more hand stitching. Then I cut away the center section of shear fabric and highlighted the top outline with purple ink. Kind of a lot going on...?
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