Friday, September 17, 2010

Something to Share

It's been a long time since I had a photo of work.  Mostly I've been working on my Interpret This piece for September.  Here's a bit of a peek.  The slanted image I produced here may turn out to be more interesting than the whole thing.

You can see the challenge photo (it's a fence/gate) and other people's hints on the blog page.  Reveals start Sept 26.

Here are three little pieces for Alzheimer's Quilts.  One is a "multiple original" using another copy of my scanned butterfly weed and another of Debra Spincic's machine embroidered butterflies.  The first one sold well, so I hope this one will too.  The rather disproportionally large rose is a bit from Anne Lullie's workshop sponsored by our guild a while back, and last but not least, there's the infamous lilacs.  Maybe someone will recognize them.



6 comments:

Debra said...

Your IT! piece is going to be a cool interpretation!

Barbara Strobel Lardon said...

Your IT piece looks really graphic and intriguing. Can not wait to see all of it.

The 3 gems are wonderful and Debra's butterfly looks right at home.

Karen said...

Looks like a great start! I can see the fencing and I love your colors here. The small trio of quilts are lovely. and Yes, I can see the purple lilacs!

Libby Fife said...

They are sweet little pieces. The last one looks like a modern Mackintosh rose.

*karendianne. said...

Kay, that Rose... whew. Love it. Crackin' me up about the Lilacs. Surely someone will recognize them. Silly!

Barbara C said...

Your challenge piece reminds me of what you see when you lie on your back in a lattice-covered patio. It's very graphic and bold.

Love your little quilts, especially the famous lilacs.