Today I finished a journal I have been working on for sharonb's Take It Further Challenge. I made a gel print on cotton fabric which is embellished with embroidery and beaded sequins for the cover. You can see the whole thing at http://justenoughtime.wordpress.com.
Added by Deb on May 29, 2008 at 11:27 —
Welcome to my page on "stitchin fingers". I learned of this great group from a new crazy quilting friend, Sherry Johnson - also a member of "stitchin fingers" and a couple of crazy quilting groups we are both in. I find this group absolutely inspiring! All of the photos of projects make me just want to stitch all the time. Looking forward to sharing and learning with all of you.
Added by Sandi Andersen on May 26, 2008 at 20:07 —
I have several blogs. Some in English, some in Czech that is my native language. Do I really need another blog here? I donot think so, but I cannot leave it blank.
I can make a list of my online activites (only in English and I donot think it is complete):
My main blog
- mostly about fiber art, next to nothing personal.
- blog for modular knitting. I love modular knitting. It is quite… Continue
Added by Ivana on May 26, 2008 at 14:33 —
Rather than whittle into my time for weaving by keeping up a blog here, I simply invite you to visit my weaving blog at:
Added by Jane on May 25, 2008 at 23:30 —
First I like to thank Sharon for creating this interesting network site.and for inviting me to join it.
I found it difficult to sign up from my site,and had to try from another computer.the Ning.com people were supportive and responded promptly..Sharon ,too,helped .with her commisuration and suggestions.I was feeling awfully frustrated that I was not able to join while the membership was going from two to four to approximately, 50 10 hours later.While I was happy that the community was… Continue
Added by Sita Shankar on May 24, 2008 at 5:30 —
This is the piece I have done for this months challenge.
Silk and wool that I punched together and stitched by hand.
Size 15 x 13 cm
Read more on my blog Fabulous Threads
Added by Annica Lindsten on May 23, 2008 at 15:24 —
Do you remember when you were a kid, climbing into bed after a wonderful day.
Thinking I have to wait a whole year for another christmas day. Whole years took forever.
Even though your Mum was always telling you time flies.
Well when you are over 40ish whole years whizz by so fast, your mother was right, time flies.
In my case usually out the window.
Catching up with all the lovely photos on this site has… Continue
Added by Chloe Emmott on May 22, 2008 at 0:55 —
I've made some new ATCs. Drop me a line if you'd like to swap.
Added by Annica Lindsten on May 21, 2008 at 7:55 —
Visit my blog at www.lavenderbetweenthecracks.blogspot.com
Added by Terri Takacs on May 19, 2008 at 18:34 —
So far, in a couple of days, I have made new friends in Norfolk, UK; California, and Montana, USA; Russian Federation; Stockholm; Milan; France; and Canberra and Brisbane, Australia.
That in itself makes me smile.
And then there is all the great work these new friends are making.
I like stitchin fingers.
Added by jaihn on May 18, 2008 at 19:00 —
I have begun gathering for my fabric book. I hope to get some input as to when and how the group should operate. I want everyone to feel comfortable and get the help they need. I am looking forward to learning new techniques and helpful hints along the way. This should be a fun group and I am excited to see so many interested and that some have already made books.
Now I must figure out the flickr thingy!
Added by pat winter on May 18, 2008 at 7:25 —
I thought that I would start my blog with the story behind my photo block. I am a CMA, Phelebotomist. Right now I am working as a Phelebotomist for a company who services nursing homes. I am running a route of 5 nursing homes. Two out of my 5 are in a poor county. They have resident funds set up to help those residents who have no one to get them essientials like: socks, underwear, clothes of any kind, shampoo,soap, and just other things that… Continue
Added by Lyn Gaskill on May 16, 2008 at 21:18 —
...how this will happen....
this is a pic from way back, just to see.....
Added by jaihn on May 16, 2008 at 20:09 —
Today we travel to Ledbury for a selling and teaching trip. I'm teaching the Embellisher at Ledbury ArtPlace
tomorrow, but this evening we are opening our shop with sales of Sassa Lynne goodies and other bits.
On Saturday we travel north to a hamlet near the town of Dolgellau
. We are staying here for a few days, to recharge our batteries.
Added by Myfanwy on May 14, 2008 at 16:30 —