MAGPIE'S MUMBLINGS

A blog about my interests, which include crazy quilting and various and assorted other artsy pursuits and sometimes known to contain mumblings of a random nature.

Friday, October 16, 2020

T'is done!

 


FOR SALE!

Inspired by a photo by Robert St. Clair
and used with his kind permission

This landscape would love to have a new home - perhaps in time for Christmas?  It measures approximately 28x21" and features applique, piecing, paint, free motion quilting and hand embroidery.

If you're considering purchasing a landscape, please know that there are more still available and they may be found if you click on the 'landscape quilt' category in my sidebar and look for the 'For Sale' signs.  I will also entertain commissions as time allows between now and Christmas (or throughout the year).  Please feel free to contact me at marmic1954 AT gmail DOT com for further details.

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- If you are contemplating making a fairy garden (or want to add to one) perhaps some of THESE fun ideas might be of interest.

- And as a bit of a spin-off to the above, fall is the perfect time to maybe play with THESE ideas!

- And scrolling through all the inspiration HERE is just plain fun.

Today's quote..."Better an oops than a what if"

23 comments:

  1. Hi Magpie... trying to comment ... something has happened to my ability to do so...

    Landscape and old truck looks great...

    V.

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    1. Thank you for persevering with the comments issue. I saw on your blog that it's causing you grief and I hope you can figure it out. Sorry I'm no help!

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  2. Gosh, this landscape is amazing, Mary Anne, but then every one you imagine is. I always scratch my muddly head and wonder how on earth you do them. Love the rust on the truck, the fringing grass, the sky....the flowers sprouting in the corner of the frame; so many imaginative details to entice someone to decide that this work of art belongs on their wall. So many beautiful details to delight the eyes. Love that quote!

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    1. Thank you Kim - your kind words are muchly appreciated! I liked that quote too because all too often I'm recovering from performing some sort of 'oops'.

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  3. Congratulations in finishing another landscape! I hope it finds a good home.

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    1. I hope it finds a good home too...thanks Liz.

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    1. Thank you - 'tis so nice of you to you say!

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  5. It's beautiful Mary Anne and I hope someone snaps it up! Have a lovely weekend! Christine xx

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    1. Thank you Christine - I'd love it to have a new home where someone has room to display it.

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  6. I really enjoyed scrolling through all your finished landscapes. What beautiful work you do! And since I worked on a fairy gnome village during the summer I loved all the fairyland ideas......thanks for the links.

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    1. Thank you - kind words indeed. And I was actually thinking of you when I posted the fairy village ideas.

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    2. you are too sweet......the village in the broken flower pot is one I would love to make.......

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  7. It's wonderful, Mary Anne. I scrolled through your other landscapes again and it is just delightful to be reminded of all the beauties you're created, and to see some that I wasn't around for the first time. :)

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    1. Thanks Becki - I'm glad you enjoyed your stroll down (my) memory lane!

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  8. Beautimous! You know I love it!! xo

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  9. Oh, it's such a lovely piece. The old truck is a lot like the one in which I learned to drive in the hay field.

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    1. Me too! Our old truck was mainly used for hauling grain and I learned to drive on it too.

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  10. Your landscape is spectacular! Beautiful work.

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