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May 20, 2021
"In the Garden" Again: Rose from Telling Stories Through the Needle's Eye

Both Kara and I (Teri) have June birthdays, so it is no surprise that we enjoy creating roses. You will see them in many of our designs—in fabric, ribbon, and embroidery. And thus, we knew we would dedicate a block In the Garden to our June flower, the Rose. We layered the petals and accentuated them with stitching and a sprinkle of beaded dewdrops. As you'll see, there are other ways to interpret the pattern. How will your rose bloom?


We love when stitchers make the patterns their own:
one student shared her dimensional rose, created with a ...

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February 16, 2020
Cheesecloth - Osteklut from Iinas Sewing Machine Poetry


Jeg har tidligere fortalt om fb-gruppen "Art Quilts" som jeg har vært medlem av i noen år nå.
Denne gruppen er absolutt å anbefale for alle art quilt-interesserte. Medlemstallet er nå rundt 21 000 og her er det plass til både nybegynnere og til profesjonelle tekstilkunstnere.
Takhøyden er stor. Mange viser fram det de har laget og i kommentarene er positivitet stikkordet. "Stygge" kommentarer finnes ikke. Om noe slikt en sjelden gang dukker opp så lukes det fort ut.
I tillegg er det mulig å spørre om hva som helst - det er alltid noen som har et godt råd å ...

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December 12, 2018
Rose/storm class samples from Mrs Moen

Here are my samples for the mixed media Rose/storm class:

Warm colours 



One of the things that I particularly like about this class is that the overall look can easily be adjusted to the students’ colour preferences. The warm colour kit can for instance easily be made more hot pink or warm orange.

Cold colours

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And the purple sample


And a few pictures from one of my classes



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