Tag: Textile Art

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The first time I laid eyes on coats made by Marijke van Welzen I was blown away. It was my first quilt show ever since I just started quilting. Those coats were PRESENT. When I developed myself as a quilter I noticed I was drawn to art quilting, so I followed art quilt classes. I…

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I have been sent this book to review and what a beautiful looking and feeling book this is. It feels like fabric and has a close up of beautiful reverse appliqué and seed stitching. Yummy before the first page is turned. The book is divided into seasons as well as ways of working and equipment and…

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In 2014-2015 I had the privilege to help create the Magna Carta quilts with Alison Garner and a group of 25 local quilters. The quilts were created to celebrate the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta, which was agreed on June 15th, 1215 at Runnymede between King John and his Barons, establishing the first foundation…

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In my last post I told you about Wednesday and Thursday  In the afternoon we had a date at the OURstory exhibit, again for a gallery talk about this exhibit. Unfortunately this was a No Photographs exhibit. The local newspaper did publish an article with a photo though. Because of the article they posted it…

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Hello, new blogger alert here. No idea what I’ve got myself into but hope you will enjoy the ride as much as I will. The only plan I have is to try and share my stitching/quilting journey with you all each month. I add the word stitching to quilting as I cannot align myself with…