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TheeCoyote replied to Shelly Recicar's discussion 2014 Fabric Swap (July - Dec.) in the group Surface Design
"Re the rolling pin, a large dowel or PVC pipe would work too. I would shop thrift stores for a rolling pin if I was going to use one."
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TheeCoyote replied to Shelly Recicar's discussion 2014 Fabric Swap (July - Dec.) in the group Surface Design
"September and October are going to be mailed together."
4 hours ago
TheeCoyote replied to Shelly Recicar's discussion 2014 Fabric Swap (July - Dec.) in the group Surface Design
"Received fabrics from Jo and Hazel. Jo, I really love the Bollywood red-violet dupioni. So luscious. The other looks very much like vintage kimono fabric, and Diane is right, the two do coordinate beautifully. Hazel, I love the results you got…"
4 hours ago
TheeCoyote replied to Shelly Recicar's discussion 2014 Fabric Swap (July - Dec.) in the group Surface Design
"OK, it was in the Experimentation and Creativity discussion (not this one), and Hazel introduced the dendritic print technique."
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TheeCoyote replied to Shelly Recicar's discussion 2014 Fabric Swap (July - Dec.) in the group Surface Design
"I am so happy that the fabric is arriving and you all like it. This is for August, and it is very late. The brown is an experiment using the dendritic technique introduced a number of pages back. I like the results, but what I learned was thinner…"
Friday
TheeCoyote replied to Shelly Recicar's discussion 2014 Fabric Swap (July - Dec.) in the group Surface Design
"Test, posting an image from my PC: "
Thursday
TheeCoyote replied to Shelly Recicar's discussion 2014 Fabric Swap (July - Dec.) in the group Surface Design
"I don't see any ads."
Thursday
TheeCoyote replied to Shelly Recicar's discussion 2014 Fabric Swap (July - Dec.) in the group Surface Design
"Wow, you must have jet mail."
Thursday

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What type of textile arts are you interested in?
Dying, hand embroidery, garment construction, stuffies, ethnic, felting, quilting, contemporary surface embellishment, applique, bags, and other stuff I have yet to discover. This could actually be a much longer list, LOL.

I do not collect cute, girly, religious or political.
I do collect coyotes; and prefer stylized over realistic--ie one's own design. Realistic is good too as long as it is not a pre-printed, commercial fabric image. I like open theme work also as it gives the artist a chance to indulge his/her preferences and share his/her personal style.
What's your favorite type of needlework?
NWUSA, crafty women around me as I was growing up; research motivated by interest and practice, practice, practice.
Please feel free to tell us a little bit about yourself by way of introduction.
Not at this time.
How did you learn about Stitchin' Fingers? (Search Engine, a friend, another website?)
www.flickr.com/photos/coyotl/

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At 13:03 on August 1, 2014, Liz Adams said…

Thanks so much for the link to Then set set it on fire!  it's great.  Wonderful adventures in textiles.

At 21:12 on June 3, 2013, mary lou curry said…

Hi

My snail is   Mary Lou Curry, 8 Windham Drive, North York, Ontario.  M2K 1X8

Canada.  Looking fwd to receiving your card.

Mary Lou

At 17:36 on March 19, 2013, Frances McLeary said…

Hello TheeCoyote.  My postal address is Frances McLeary, P.O. Box 156, Woodgate Beach, 4660 Queensland, Australia.  I am looking forward to receiving your postcard.

Regards Frances

 

At 0:34 on November 3, 2012, Joan T said…

Thanks for asking. Your work looks really interesting.

Joan

At 18:04 on October 16, 2010, Karen Carroll said…
I read a post you wrote back in 2008 and you were wondering what other kind of materials you can use to make it on.(Bargello) I just asked the other day if it could be done on counted cross stitch. Have you tried that or heard of anyone else doing so? Did it work? I have MS and would really whether find out if it works before trying it myself. I only have a short amount of time I can stitch, and that's not everyday. Thank you for any help you can give me. Karen
At 17:28 on March 30, 2010, Barbara Lockwood said…
Hi - I didn't even know about this swap until recently...so I'm sorry, but yours will be a bit late...this website is so confusing to use. How does one know when they are assigned a swap? I'm not getting it. And how do we find the address for the person we are to swap with? My address is PO Box 243 Brookdale, CA 95007 USA\What's your address?
At 1:00 on September 4, 2009, Miss 376 said…
Morning
I just commented in the post card thread to say I have received your card. I posted on the swap thread when it arrived. It is beautiful. My son loved it, I had to wait in a queue to get a look at it when it first arrived. So sorry you didn't see the message when it appeared
At 12:29 on June 22, 2009, Debra Gangelhoff said…
Love the orange flower! As you can see from my Tropical colors pillow I love florals. As to your question, I do dye a lot of my own fabrics but this pillow also includes batiks I bought.
At 11:38 on June 1, 2009, TheeCoyote said…
I think this is one of the few places where I can trade textile pieces. I am very interested in setting up trades with you guys. Let me get a few things out of the way and I will contact you to set something up. I am finishing two projects right now--but I often multi-task and work on more than one thing at a time.
At 7:58 on May 30, 2009, Gina E. said…
Hi TheeCoyote,
Just came over from the ATC group to visit, and am bowled over by your stitching!!! I notice you've told someone here that you are very busy. When you have caught up with yourself, would you consider joining one of the Fabric Postcard Group swaps? I think we'd be fighting over who would be your exchange partner - LOL!

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