Hello there!

I haven’t been a very busy blogger this month but I have been a pretty dedicated fiber artist.  My focus has been on developing my portfolio and on submitting my art for exhibits.  I’m so excited to tell you that this morning I received word that one of my quilts has been accepted into The Whistler House Museum’s exhibit: “How Does Your Garden Grow?”!  My first submission and my first acceptance!

This is a piece that began as a lesson in Pam Allen’s online class and I expanded on it, making it into a quilt called “Rosie’s Meadow.”

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A detail of Rosie’s Meadow

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  1. This is fabulous Janis. Has an almost Japanese look to it. I love it. Hope you win an award with it. Although we moved over a month ago our new place could still be mistaken for a thrift store! Not doing any art at present untill all is shelved and accessible.

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  2. Congratulations, Janis! I hope to see this show and your piece.

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  3. Wonderful, Janis! It’s a wonderful quilt!

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  4. love the quilt! Good luck!

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  5. loiskindley says:

    Very nice! I like the contrast and the fabric selection almost looks as if a nice breeze is blowing across your piece. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. Thank you for the positive feedback!

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