Monthly Archives: October 2010

Weaving a Cloth Base

Loss makes artists of us all as we weave new patterns in the fabric of our lives. Greta W. Crosby Jude Hill is a fabric artists who makes slow cloth things. They are both smaller art quilts and large quilts … Continue reading

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An Owl Journal etc

Mom took the time to make me a cell phone cozy that looks like owl! Just for me. But wait, there are more owls around here… When you state that you really like the look of something, say owls, people … Continue reading

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Starting to appreciate Abstract Art

Ten years ago I had no appreciation for abstract art. I couldn’t understand it and I wasn’t interested in it. But when you make art yourself you view others art with greater interest and newborn curiosity… You step closer and … Continue reading

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Fly photo of Inner Landscape I

Fly photo of an Inner Landscape I, mixed media fabric art by iHanna. I have already posted the green Fly photo III and the pink Fly photo II and as we are counting backwards this is number one in this … Continue reading

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Petit Buddha and other sweet reminders

The Petit Buddha photos reminds me of my practice this summer. It is nice to be reminded of summer when autumn is closing in. Soft coloured leaves makes the ground into a brown mat. Vintage texting on the cell phone … Continue reading

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Printable labels and other inspirations

Happy first of October you guys! Today the 21 secrets class open its doors for everyone who has bought the class, but it is not to late to get in right now (or later) if you feel up to it… … Continue reading

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