You can never say that I'm not willing to try new things - or at least new applications for things I already do. I love crazy quilting (imagine that!!) and I love old barns....so.....why not combine the two? Not at all sure if the concept will work, but here you can see the beginning....
Is it going to turn out - or is it the beginning of the end??
- THIS falls under the category of 'wow' - you might have to hit the translate button to read the text though. And while we're on the subject, have a look at THIS art installation!!! We mustn't leave out the coffee drinkers who might like to see THIS.
- For those who like miniatures, how about THIS?
- There's an interesting article/tutorial HERE about ways to carry yarn up the side of your knitting.
- Mary Corbet has a sweet little stem stitch rose tutorial HERE.
Another anonymous quote..."Be strong enough to stand alone, smart enough to know when you need help, and brave enough to ask for it"
Well I think it might work....why not? You can do it!!!ReplyDelete
I love the stem stitch rose idea. Thanks for the link. I must go and try it out.
Hi Mary Anne your next project sounds interesting looking forward to your progress,hope you have a lovely day xxReplyDelete
This promises to be an interesting journey with you MA.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the links too. The art in the first is totally amazing and must have taken ages to imagine, construct and finish the work.
I like the tiny Stem stitch rose.
I think that's a great idea!ReplyDelete
Your new creation looks fascinating. I just know it will be amazing!ReplyDelete
I was pretty darned interested when you last mentioned barns and CQ. I'm still interested and I bet if anyone can do this, it's you.ReplyDelete
I have no doubt you will pull it off and make another beautiful piece of art! Happy stitching & sewing!ReplyDelete
It will be interesting to see how this new piece progresses, Mary Anne. Thanks for the links too.ReplyDelete
Oooooh, waiting with interest to see how this goes!ReplyDelete
Can't wait to see how this turns out Mary Anne.... your projects are always great! Christine xReplyDelete
Nice start. I have been working on some finishes and will soon post about them.ReplyDelete
You are a genius so I'm sure it will be another stunning piece! I actually bought some embroidery floss over the weekend haha! You and your links have really got me to want to stitch something again but NOW I don't know what to stitch! I need to go back and look at some of the links I bookmarked . . .ReplyDelete
This barn quilt that will have Crazy Quilting will be so very unique and stunning. I LOVE the tea bag art! Why do I throw my tea bags in the trash??? Oh yes I remember...they do no have amazing art on them! Maybe in another lifetime...ReplyDelete
Oh boy! I'm so excited to see another project from the beginning (or near beginning). Can't wait to see what you create, Mary Anne.ReplyDelete
That’s a great start Mary Anne!ReplyDelete
Loved the tea bag art!