I made this new print based on an embroidery design I’m sewing into felt. Maybe when my new fabric inks arrive I’ll print on fabric and embroider the prints onto a bag or something. I love having a handwork project going to work on by my wood stove. When my kids were smaller, I readContinue reading “New Cards for Winter 2018”
Pumpkins and . . . . . . apples are now available as cards!
Here are my first attempts at chain stitching letters. I keep telling myself that it will look better from a distance. And I’m hoping it will get better the more I practice. The sharp corners are tough to negotiate–maybe I’ll try to make it larger, or try a different stitch or a smaller thread.
My colleague June Albright at the Upper Valley Waldorf School just showed me how to take tangled snarls of embroidery floss and wrap them around empty thread spools for easy storage. So much nicer than the mess they were before, and more beautiful! Other exciting news this week: I finished my Sami inspired reindeer bag!Continue reading “Great ideas in small packages”
I made this amazing purple star at my math workshop last weekend at The Nature Institute in Ghent, NY. I’m pleased with the coloring (I’m not always that patient!) and I’m pleased with the math: I learned all kinds of cool things you can do with pentagons, pentagrams, and the Golden Ratio. I love findingContinue reading “Math is Art”
I’m getting ready for my summer trip to Iceland and Finland by immersing myself in some beautiful images. This reindeer is from a book called Scandinavian Folk Patterns, and the sun framing it I found online researching Sami drum symbols. Felt is one of my favorite fabrics to sew because you don’t need to hemContinue reading “Inspired by Finland”
My cards are now available at several fine establishments in the Upper Valley: Long River Gallery and Gifts in Lyme, NH South Royalton Market in South Royalton, VT Upper Valley Food Co-op in White River Junction, VT The Woodstock Farmer’s Market in Woodstock, VT Visit and show your love for everything local!
I did it! I successfully created a print per month for the entire year. You can view the collection here. It was so much fun I’m ready to do it again. What’s Your Jam? is my first print of the new season. (Look for a color version coming soon!) I’m collecting empty jars, getting readyContinue reading “Gallery of Work”