Saturday, January 31, 2009

Lots to Do Challenge - In Stitches

I took a wonderful Joggles course to teach me to create fabric book pages, something I'd been intrigued to try for a while. I made several pages and this is one of them. The batik background fabric has such an organic look to it...perfect for a fairy. This is my entry for this week's Lots to Do challenge.

17 comments:

herminesplace said...

its gorgeous!!

Evidence of an Artistic Life said...

Love you fabric art!!! Hope next week is calmer for you!
chris p

Candy said...

Simply wonderful.It has a very peaceful tone and appeal.
Beautiful!
Candy

Lynn said...

Beautiful fabric page Heather, sounds like a fun class :)

crafty creations said...

Heather this is amazing - beautiful work

Thank you so much for joining the Lotstodo Challenge again this week - good luck in the draw

x Hilda

joanne wardle said...

fabulous, I love the background, and the butterfly is so realistic

lorhen82 said...

I love the fairy image and the butterfly...beautiful! ~Lori

Lynn Stevens said...

Hi Heather,
Just a note to let you know I have nominated you for One Lovely Blog award. Check out my blog for more information.
Sorry I didnt know where to send this email.
Lynn
http://trashtotreasureart.blogspot.com

Brenda said...

How stunning! I have an award for you on my blog.

Marilyn Rock said...

Stunning fabric art! There isn't anything you cannot do!

Ang C said...

a gorgeous piece

Diane said...

Beautiful Heather!

Val Foster said...

Another beautiful, stunning art work. I love that it's a fabric page. In my local book arts group we'll be working on a fabric book soon. I'm excited, but also a bit intimidated, because I've never made a fabric book before. I've used fabric in my art, but never made a fabric book. This piece is very inspiring. Thank you, friend!

craftytrog said...

Just stunning Heather! Beautiful butterfly and image! x

Two Dresses Studio said...

Wow - you are SO productive and this is wonderful! I'd love to learn how to make fabric journals.
Trudi

WendyK said...

Great page, love fabric pages, it's on my list of tthings to do this year

Melissa said...

Quite lovely!