Sunday, March 20, 2011

This is how I work

everyday objects

everyday objects

everyday objects

everyday objects

everyday objects

everyday objects
I work on one piece at at time and literally make each into a tiny quilt. Once they are done and hand stitched, I'll assemble them into one quilt. At least that's the plan.

(I'll be teaching some of this technique at Visions Art Museum, in San Diego next month April 4th & 11th.)

11 comments:

  1. I love this - wonder if I could conjure up so business in SD as an excuse to attend the class??!!!

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  2. WOW!! Cannot wait to see photos as the work progresses! :-)

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  3. Jane, I love your article in the new Quilting Arts Magazine.

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  4. Jane, these are wonderful. I look forward to seeing them as they progress.

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  5. gayle - squetcher3/21/2011 8:31 AM

    I love it, too. I like how you just get started and let things progress how they may. I especially love the pin cushion one.

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  6. Such a great concept... love this!
    Alway enjoy the visit :]

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  7. Oh Jane I love these. Your jump from everyday objects to sketches and then to inspirations for your quilts is inspiring to me. I must follow your footsteps. Beautiful

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  8. stitched line drawings with minimal embellishment - terrific!
    MF

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  9. THESE ARE REALLY BEAUTIFUL! I loved seeing how you made your little quiltet pieces in April's QA... lovely work. I think I am going to try it...

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  10. Jane... I LOVE THESE... even in their 'work-in-progress' state. I am going to have to try this technique.

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