9/23/14

Roll Call...SUE...Absent on Blog...Present in Studio

Presently immersed in 4R Bucket List Phase III.
It is NOT that I haven't been working my Multi-Tasking Selfie so hard that I didn't have time to Blog Post.  It's just that I didn't really have any of the dozen or so projects far enough along to share.  After reorganizing and resetting stations for Phase III 'All-In Fiber' projects, I made an 'All-In Sampler' prototype.  That station is now ready for production.
In Progress...All-In Samplers destined to be Pendants, Pins, Mini Wall Hangers...
not sure yet!
I am sure about one thing...Tatting is Fun...I don't even mind 'Practicing' when the pieces can be used...like in this Grandmother's Flower Garden Sampler. 
 
Here are the 'All-In Fibers' used in these pieces:
~Aida Cloth
~Scrap of Grandmothers Flower Garden Quilt
~Vintage Lace
~Embroidery Threads
~Buttons and Beads
~Blue Crochet Thread
~Tatted Lace...by ME

The Tatted Pendant is destined to hang around my neck.  I am working on the strap/chain. 

Crazy, huh?

6 comments:

  1. Love how you are putting the buttons on your quilt creations. Love your fall header!

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    1. Thanks Ann. I certainly have enough buttons to use on every thing I can think of. They are beginning to dwindle a bit...that's a good thing. I love this fall header, too. It was a quilt I machine quilted for a customer last year. I sure wanted to keep it. Photos are the next best thing.

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  2. I've been sitting here admiring the color combinations and the arrangement of bits and pieces, and following that little blue tatting trail from button to bead when I realized I haven't commented. You have such a gift. And PS, I like your fall header too -- another work of art in Sue-Style.

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    1. Thanks so much Wendy. Isn't it amazing what bits of this and that can turn into? I'm having fun using up those bits and pieces. Sue-Style...I'll have to remember that.

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  3. You are making some very beautiful items! I enjoy the pictures of your work.

    Hugs,
    Kathy M.

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    1. Thank-you Kathy. The pictures serve dual purposes. They are a record of what I have made, and they make good conversation for posts. Nice of you to visit.

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