Monday, December 16, 2013

More monotyping

The weather is still pretty mild for the season. We've had no strong frost yet. Which means some of the summer flowers are still blooming.
I did more monoprinting experiments. On fabric, and with acrylic paint. I added fabric medium to the paint this time. (New fabric paints are on my Christmas shopping list.)
I finished the fringe of my woven scarf. Better late than never...
And I sewed this little rosebud scrap quilt.
I now have 6 little scrap quilt tops ready for quilting. Nice little projects for the holiday season.
In January, I'd like to start working on larger quilts again.

7 comments:

dutchcomfort said...

The rosebud scrap quilt is awesome!

Julie said...

Love your little rosebud quilt! I hope Father Christmas is good to you.

sharon young said...

Fabulous little quilt, Francoise, I love those bright colours, what a combination!
Is that one of your weaving projects amongst your lovely mono prints, it looks beautiful.

ViDerTextil said...

j'aime ton écharpe! et les boutons de roses ... souvenir de printemps alors qu'actuellement la température est ainsi aussi :-)

jenclair said...

You are always so creative! Love the mono prints and the way you included the rosebud!

Judy said...

I like reading your posts as you have such varied interests. Nice job on your woven scarf! The finishing can take some time as it's rather repetitive. I love the bright, vibrant blue in your rosebud quilt. Merry Christmas,
Judy

Linda Stokes said...

Your rosebud quilt is just gorgeous & I like your mono prints too.