Archive for September, 2007

An Experimental Structure

I started out with a piece of white fabric and began randomly gluing some technical illustrations of cicadas down with Golden gel medium. I then covered the surface of the fabric with metallic textile paints and glazed the line drawings with Golden fluids. When there was no more white fabric showing through I began to […]

Nantucket Jacket is finished!

Buttons on and it was just cool enough to wear it the first half of today. I love it, and this time my sister won’t get it. ^_^


Wow I finally got onto Ravelry. I think I signed up on the waiting list several months ago. They are inviting 400 people a day and it took that long to get to me. This is the the coolest site. It is a place for knitters and crocheters to keep track of their projects; finished, […]

Collaboration piece part 2

Here is what Deb has done to the piece. There are fabric birds with antique foil wings, paper butterflies and eggs. rubber stamped designs white on pearl, french knots on the flowers and more. This photo is just a detail of a much larger piece that has been sewn into the form of a utilitarian […]

Nantucket Jacket

I finished the Nantucket jacket from Interweave Interweave knits Winter 2006. Knit with Knitpicks Swish Superwash in Indigo heather. I added two inches to the body length since I am tall, but I think I could have added an inch or so more so that the flare would really fall on the hips. I added […]

A collaboration piece

A talented friend of mine is writing a book with another wonderfully talented gal. These brilliant women asked my sister Deb and I to submit a collaboration piece for the gallery section of their new book. I am beginning the collaboration by creating the base, this is a detail of what I have done. I […]

Quilting Arts TV taping day

Here I am on set, getting ready for my segment. The set looks fabulous, but hey would you expect anything less from Quilting Arts.Before rolling tape we went through the segment with the producer and talked about what the sequence would be. My segment was scheduled to take 3 minutes. It is amazing how little […]

Packing for QATV

Looks like someone does not want to be left behind on this trip. When ever we put our shoes on she gets in her carrier. And when the suitcases come out, she gets in those.

Finished Socks

These are the Clessidra stockings you can find the pattern on I used Knitpicks Bare – Merino Wool/ Silk, fingering weight yarn. I thought knitting knee socks might be tedious, but these were great. The patterning of the cables kept it interesting all the way to the toes. These are the Embossed leaves from […]

Quilting Arts TV

Around the end of December our favorite quilting magazine Quilting Arts will also be a tv show on PBS. Taping starts later this week. I have been asked to do a three minute spot on an episode with pictorial quilts as the theme. Pam Rupert will be the main guest of this show. I am […]

The Fruits of Maine