I do lady's slipper orchids two ways... both hold up well, but it gives the flower a different look. This is not stitched at all yet - the veins haven't been added to leaves, etc. It's just a sample of the layout for my next piece.
sometimes I use pink foil for the main part of the flower (this is florist's foil, the stuff that comes wrapped around your potted plants)
Wednesday, March 21, 2018
Tina and Cathy took my landscape workshop last fall. Tina just completed her Monet's Garden, and Cathy has finished her Ocean quilt - I just love them!
|The lacy wave is full of energy, and the borders Cathy added really set it off.|
|The blue colors are some of my favorites, and I love the little boat in the corner!|
Wednesday, March 14, 2018
Tuesday, March 13, 2018
Check out some of my latest work at Living Art Studio, 219 Main Street, Northampton, (upstairs from the Inspirit Crystals shop). Exhibit will be up through April 10. Hours are 11-8 pm daily, weather permitting. 413-584-3758 if you want to call ahead. Sorry, venue is not handicapped accessible.
|Lady's Slipper Orchid - class sample, not stitched yet, includes hand-drawn veins on leaves|
Suitable for intermediate quilters, or anyone who is good friends with their sewing machine! Some free-motion stitching experience is helpful. Cost is $35, payable on or before the class date! Lunch not included. See the flower gallery on my website for more samples: www.sylvanquilts.com.
Email or message me to sign up. SylvanQuilts@yahoo.com
|Wake-Robin (Red Trillium)|
|Showy Iris - class sample in progress, needs more stitched highlights on the petals|
|Morning Glories - sample for designing your own flower!|