Journal Quilts

  For the Contemporary Quilt Guild GB challenge (October – January, 10×10 inches, using buttons). Top layer; “drip paper”, inks, acrylics, oil pastels, pen, fixative. Base layer; hand dyed cotton fabric. Stitched with silk threads and held together at the

Journal Quilts

  For the Contemporary Quilt Guild GB challenge (October – January, 10×10 inches, using buttons). Top layer; “drip paper”, inks, acrylics, oil pastels, pen, fixative. Base layer; hand dyed cotton fabric. Stitched with silk threads and held together at the

“Home”

Its been a hugely busy week here – running DS to football and rugby four times a week, supper out, shopping, coffee, the usual housework and washing… …supervising some serious garden clearing; an old hedge has been ripped out, the

“Home”

Its been a hugely busy week here – running DS to football and rugby four times a week, supper out, shopping, coffee, the usual housework and washing… …supervising some serious garden clearing; an old hedge has been ripped out, the

Digital Art Journaling

I’ve never quite been clarty enough to create the loose abandoned mixed media journaling pages I so admire in CPS and Art Journaling.  Until I discovered DIGITAL art journaling. Results of the first lesson, not my usual style, but hey,

Inks and Stencils

Following an online workshop I’ve been creating the first stage of some new backgrounds, next stage is painting with acrylics and and then doodling with pens.  Some of these backgrounds worked really well at this stage and I’ll keep them

Inks and Stencils

Following an online workshop I’ve been creating the first stage of some new backgrounds, next stage is painting with acrylics and and then doodling with pens.  Some of these backgrounds worked really well at this stage and I’ll keep them