Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Miss Frances and Miss Sara

Miss Frances and Miss Sara
Miss Frances and Miss Sara,
originally uploaded by nidynoddy.

Miss Carol wall hanging

Miss Carol wall hanging
Miss Carol wall hanging,
originally uploaded by nidynoddy.

Bead Diva1 wall hanging

Bead Diva1 wall hanging
Bead Diva1 wall hanging,
originally uploaded by nidynoddy.

Miss Dorothy wallhanging

Miss Dorothy wallhanging
Miss Dorothy wallhanging,
originally uploaded by nidynoddy.

Miss Janet wallhanging

Miss Janet wallhanging
Miss Janet wallhanging,
originally uploaded by nidynoddy.

Miss Linda wallhanging

Miss Linda wallhanging
Miss Linda wallhanging,
originally uploaded by nidynoddy.
Thought you might enjoy seeing the Divas. I made these little quilts for my friends for their birthdays.

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Joggles Class


I finished project 2 of the embroidery class with Sharon Boggan.

Thursday, February 14, 2008

Joggles class


I finished the first half of Sharon Boggan's class at Joggles. Sharon, who is from Australia, will have a piece in the Cyber Fyber exhibit.

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Mail Call



Susan Reno's silk postcard arrived and I mailed her a copper and velvet postcard in exchange.
I explained Sue's Cyber Fyber project in yesterday's blog.

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

CYBER FYBER is an exhibition of international fiber art scheduled for January 8th through 20th, 2009 at Gallery 80808/Vista Studios, 808 Lady Street in downtown Columbia, South Carolina, USA. The brainchild of Susan Lenz, this exhibit will focus on the supportive, global community of fiber artists with whom Susan regularly shares new techniques, contemporary approaches to textiles, and finished work by Internet websites and blogs. The exhibition will include three primary areas: Fiber ATCs (Artist Trading Cards); fiber postcards; and the work of several invited artists. The exhibition will also include FIBER DAY and ATC trading day. From the beginning, Susan Lenz is documenting CYBER FYBER on a blog/journal.
If you are a fiber artist who has an active website or blog, go visit Cyber Fyber and celebrate Susan’s vision by participating.

Monday, February 11, 2008

These quilts are part of Ami Simms Alzheimer:Priority Quilts which are sold and the monies raised are for Alzheimer Research. www.Alzquilts.org. This year I hope to create one a month. It is a great way to try new techniques.

Sunday, February 10, 2008




The top is Ocean of Tears Alzheimers Quilt, hand painted linen, beads, hand embroidery.
The middle is a cyanoprint of my mother-in-law with her twin sisters, Mary and Margaret.
The other is a heliogaphic botanical print with the butterfly and flower made from Angelina film.

Grandpa Jim and Bug
This was my first Alzheimer Quilt. It is free motion embroidery on hand painted fabric.
2007