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Rogue, That was a very nice read.
Had to take a sewing lesson break. I'm teaching a seven year old... He is smart and it is fun!
The landscape was in Miniature Quilts 1997 #30 Titled "Distant Clearing." It was before I painted my own fabric. I may have posted it here when I first came on.
I total understand your getting sidetracked comment. If it wasn't my business and if there weren't deadlines I hate to think the number of UFO's I'd have! Speaking of that - I'm off to work.
My very first landscape was published in Miniature Quilt Mag. Maybe someone will bring a mag like that back some day. Miniatures...a project I could make by hand and likely still finish in my lifetime!
You may remember my little cat quilt(?) It was stamped. I would love to see anything you might venture to try!
When they say "What goes around, comes around" I guess they are often right. This is for a class I will be teaching in 2015 (maybe sooner). It is really simple and fun to make the background print and stencil. I can't give more away yet!
Apparently stenciling was done long, long ago and not for home decor as we know it. The "open designs", as you called them, are wonderful to quilt around - no thinking - just GO!
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