Birch tree trunks over a string pieced background.

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Comment by rogue quilter Queen of the WIVSP on February 8, 2013 at 2:00pm
did get in to your facebook page, tho the opening page still says "to access this page please either log in or register" but i clicked and clicked and to a tute...have your page bookmarked and will go back later. now i need to get off here and ready for repair guy and set up for heat/coolong replacement. my heatpump died few weeks ago...sigh! my long sick spell and heat pump death does not bode well for a good year ahead with the negative start to 2013 for me! lollollol
Comment by rogue quilter Queen of the WIVSP on February 8, 2013 at 1:19pm
i don't do facebook, and if you aren't a member, even "public" pages only allow limited access if any access at all. the last time i tried to visit a page there i noticed that they have something called "commercial members" now. but i will try your page. if for no other reason than to view more of your work.
Comment by Cathy Geier on February 8, 2013 at 12:35pm

Thank you so much for the kind words rogue.  You should find my page on facebook, I have put up some tutorials and I post other artist's landscapes and art quilts all the time. (WITH their permission!) There are a lot of ideas and images out there to inspire you. Here is a link to my facebook page in case you want to see it. :)

Comment by rogue quilter Queen of the WIVSP on February 8, 2013 at 12:10pm
as usual, absolutely stunning. just spent a tidy bit of time at your website. wow...and...i didn't realize you are also a published author. i have never done landscape, never had any desire to, though i love & admire them. having said that, the free "tree of life" by betty alderman recently posted by aqs, and a long illness spent mostly on the couch, gave me an idea for the "tree" back lit by an evening sky i watched color and fade one afternoon. such a delight after so many weeks of clouds and freezing fog. the "tips" page on your site helped me clarify some of my ideas. and since i want to experiment with crayons with a recent book acquisition, ...oh well...thank you for posting your beautifully incredible quilts. your quilts and those of kathy means bring such a wonderful treat to the pages here at mqp. thank you so much!!

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