Friday, August 21, 2009

Been a while.....

Thought I'd stop by and give a short update. I've been busy, hence not blogging. I've made some stuff, a fun apron for a friend, some tote bags, some ATC's, yadda, yadda the usual dabbling projects of a mixed media fiber artist, who...well I see a lot of chickens! I also took a few cool classes since I was here and bought a longarm quilting machine. Yep, you read it right, a longarm. So..........I've been practicing. I'm not to the point yet where I am ready to load a quilt top but I'm getting there. I plan to use this in mixed media art quilting as well. As you can see it takes up a goodly amount of my studio space! I'll be back later with pics of some stitch doodling I've done. Have a great weekend everyone!

P.S. Conal Xander, the new grandmonster, is due in one week! WOOT! Can't wait to meet him!

6 comments:

  1. WOOT! MeeMaw x 3 ;-)

    good to 'see' you, here! can't wait to see what you get up to with that new piece of machinery.

    i love, Love, LOVE my apron!

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  2. Bloggy Love to you, girl! Welcome back to the blogosphere :)

    I shouldn't talk. I need to update all of my blogs....(I have 4 which is 2 too many!)

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  3. Good for you for blogging! Will you go on over to mine and light a fire?? Been awhile since I posted...

    Can't wait to see your latest art!

    xo

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  4. I think a lot of us have been been 'doing' more than blogging and that's alright, too! LOVE your new 'toy'!!! I can't wait to see what fabulousity comes from your hands with this!

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  5. Thanks for the comments, everyone....I LOVE comments! :)

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  6. Debbie,

    I just located your blog via blogger and a search for interests the same in mine.. and poof there you were, in the same town of Cary!
    I recently opened up a new blog and have place the older blog in private mode. I look forward to reading more of your posts and if possible work with you regarding this wonderful long arm machine as I too quilt and sew yet work in much smaller spaces when finishing a project ie, quilting the tops only as large as the embroidery frame will allow it.

    Come follow my blog as I grow and of course bring forward posts from my old blog.

    warm wishes,
    Cotton Peony
    http://cotton-peony.blogspot.com/

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