It seems that I am attracted to mandalas which are circle drawings representing the circle of life. I found this pattern in a magazine and I'm sure that they did not expect it to be made this way. The center sparkle is Angelina which is a polyester that is heated and melts to form the shape you desire. It also can be cut after being heat set. Beads were added. For all the bright quilts that I've made, I'm finding these quieter colors, very calm and pleasing. Only a little hand stitching, machine pieced and quilted.
Sunday, October 16, 2011
Wednesday, October 12, 2011
Labels: Zentangle moleskin
The zentangle moleskin is complete. The project started in April and I've finished in October. Since there was now time schedule, I was able to let the pages flow at their own pace.
This dot page almost looks like an animal. That was unintentional.
Yes, there is satisfaction at completing this project, but a certain emptiness lingers. I am constantly alerted to designs and want to keep up my awareness. My regular journal or another moleskin? Such great things to ponder.
Sunday, October 9, 2011
My trip to Ohio to see the grandkids was a non stop event. Below is one of the few quick sketches that I did in almost two weeks. Oliver, the three year old got sick and was lying on the sofa with a wet wash cloth on his head.
The twins, however, did not slow down!
The girls had an "official" shopping trip with real money.
Imagine-- they were quickly out of cash.
Now I'll get back to my slower art work routine.
By the way, on my son's computer I notice that there were three pictures of a recent quilt shown on my blog. Here, at home, there are only two. Don't mean to post too many. Sorry.
Computer problems such as two colors of type can trip me up.