more printing

1.24.2012

Well, I completed the last handprinted fabric for the swap finally.  I used a tangerine colored solid I had gotten a while back.  I really like how the stamp turned out. And Natalie promptly asked me for the stamp as soon as I was finished, she had been waiting and waiting for me to be done with it so she could stamp away.


I finished my swoon blocks last night, I'm really excited about it.  I'm going to send it out to be quilted, for the first time ever, I'm kind of nervous, but mostly excited to see the finished product and give it away!  I can't wait! I almost want to share a pic of it, but its such a horrible picture taken in the dark of the night that I just can't.


Hey and I have a tutorial coming up next week, I'm a little rusty, it's been a while!

14 comments :

  1. so pretty.I love the tangerine. I love your tutorials Thanks for sharing your skills. Cindy

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  2. The fabric looks great! I love that you used one of her drawings to make the stamp :) Can't wait for the tutorial!

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  3. The printed fabrics have such a great naive quality I love them.

    Your Charm quilt post inspired me to buy the pattern for myself.

    Nicolette xo

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  4. fabulous fabric! Of course, you CAN'T go wrong with tangerine!

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  5. Love your stamped flowers and looking forward to an Anna tute!!

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  6. Ooh, love the white on the orange background, and cute flower!

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  7. I love your stamped fabric and I hope you'll show us your Swoon quilt as soon as you get it back!

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  8. Very nice fabric :)
    A while ago I got the pattern for your Runaround Bag. I really love it. Visit my blog to see one of the bags. Right now I´m having a "Give away"... "Say something nice about yourself and win a bag :)
    http://pigenogbloggen.blogspot.com/2012/01/ros-dig-selv-og-fa-en-prmie.html

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  9. that is the cutest fabric; what a great collaboration between a mom and daughter!

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  10. yay, a new tute! can't wait to see what you've got up your sleeve :)

    ps. your stamp and that tangerine fabric are the perfect pairing!

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  11. I've been following your blog for a while now. I just love seeing your projects! They are so inspiring!

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  12. That fabric is so sweet! Eagerly anticipating the new tute. :)

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  13. Wow, what simplicity, I am dabbling in printing and also trying out placing fabric over painted texture and rolling it, the ink transfers well but still has the rusticity of hand printed.

    http://fiveminutespeace-kim.blogspot.com/2012/01/lego-inspiration-tutorial.html

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  14. That is really beautiful. Can't wait for the tutorial.

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