I can make bubbles...
I could roll it...
What about using this old feather I found... what would happen?
This blog post feels like the ranting of imagination gone off the path!
|The mustard color is the spice Turmeric!|
|The borders are needle felted and deliberately left uneven to |
compliment the movement in the design.
|Here is the divine inspiration - behold the celery stalk!|
What other vegetables do you think would make an interesting print?
Sea Donated by: Carol R. Eaton
Valued at: $50.00
Beautiful blue hand felted wool from a farm in Oregon. Created and designed by Carol R Eaton Designs.13.5"w x 9"h
Purse Number: 236 Visit Carol R. Eaton Designs Website
|Come Sit Down combines many techniques. The base fabric is hand dyed silk gauze. The garden was created using the needle felting technique and is all wool. I embroidered garden details to create depth.|
|The chair and arbor are appliqued cotton and the border is made using the batik method and then discharged.|
Waiting For Babies
This is actually a challenge piece from the Connecticut Fiber Arts Collective for our upcoming one year anniversary. Each member was given a brown paper bag and everyone contributed something to it (fondly called the brown bag challenge!). The last photo below shows the final bag contents. The finished piece needed to be 12" X 12" and we were allowed to add fabrics to the pile but had to incorporate what was supplied.
I used the snippet technique as well as applique. The provided fabric was snipped into little pieces and arranged until I was satisfied with the design. The burlap was pulled apart and colored with Sharpie markers. The markers were fun and I also colored the buttons and tulle. The background fabric is hand painted and the bird coloring was created using the discharge method. The groups official unveiling is in May and I can't wait to see the unique way each artist approached the challenge!
Here is the original pile of fabrics and embellishments for the challenge!
Off to complete another piece....