I did so much enjoy this blog. I believe one of the important things she mentioned is that you should let yourself come through. When your personality is added, it give an individual's character and life to a composition.
"Thanks so much for this blog link. It looks like wonderful reading and I too enjoyed the ideas about developing your own style. I have been working on doing that myself and this was a definite help. I've added her to my list of blogs to follow."
kay I really like your quilts. the red stars are very nice. I like the acorns and leaves remind me of the tree of life book I have...that stylised look. The brown and green star quilt is amazing. I have one I've been foundation pieceing for a while...it's a collection of bright fabric stars on a black background one day it will be my milky way quilt... I've been teaching myself to foundation piece i Hoped it would make me more accurate.
If your still interested in doing a xmas post card swap I would swap with you. I thought it was strange people requesting a style. I want to be surprised and encouraged cheers Shazz
I haven't been into Stitchin Fingers for a few days, so I've only just read your comment on my profile page. Thanks for your explanation! I do hope this hasn't put you off participating in future exchanges?
I enjoyed your blog. Especially your trip to Navy Pier. It has been several years since we were there. Your work shows that you're quite versatile! And I disagree, I think you have a style. Even traditional quilts have your style reflected in the choices you make. And you have a great eye for color!
Hi Kay, Gina E has put us together for the halloween postcard swop. How do I send you a private message with my email and address? Do you know? Wasn't sure about just posting my information on your page.
Looking forward to the swop and hearing from you soon
I was looking at your work and it is awesome... Love your quilts. I just finished putting a binding on a wholecloth quilt(108" x 89") which I handquilted. It needed a 2 color binding(one side cream and the other side pale blue) No Easy job as the edge was scallopped!!!! eek!!!
I will get a picture when it hangs at our quilt show next week.
Meanwhile I'm back working at the postcards.. Oh what fun!!LOL>