Melanie Testa and I have been hosting a Print-Along in our Facebook community. Sharing the process is part of that! As I mentioned in my last blog post, I have been making tools for printing inspired by the ferns I so enjoyed on hikes in New Zealand. While traveling, photography is my primary way of [...]
Back in the day…..when the world was a little bit more innocent…my BFF and I spent much of our summer days roaming all by ourselves in the neighborhood park. The park was bordered by a creek, where we spent many hours building dams and crossings in the cool green water with gold glinting highlights. Leafy [...]
Melly and I are excited to announce our first online Playful Fabric Print-Along! It will be a month long event, throughout the month of April. What does this mean? How do I participate? What do I need to do? First off, consider this your invitation to join our Playful Fabric Printing Community page [...]
The day is here—the day I can tell you what has been going on in the studio for more than the last year…. A book! Yes, a book! I am delighted to partner with Melanie Testa, my co-author, and to bring you a work from our hearts on color and surface design. What is the icing [...]
More zigzags are seen in Cade’s Cove cabins and the one room schoolhouse, as well as Elizabeth’s cloth…
Update: As a relatively new blogger, I am still learning my way around. Today I discovered three posts that were scheduled to post in October, but didn’t! Obviously I need to learn about how to use the schedule feature! I hope you enjoy a bit of a blog blast today! So harken back to the [...]
Soft cascades of falling water and falling leaves, roots, and rivulets of color –September in Tennessee.
The phrase has come into our lexicon from the 1984 movie The Karate Kid (omg–it has been 30 years!) when the mild-mannered handyman who is also a Karate master teaches young Daniel the martial arts through cleaning and waxing his car. I became curious about the phrase and wondered if it had a deeper meaning. [...]
Misty horizons recede in the distance. Charlotte’s cloth echoes them in form and color. I enjoyed finding these instances of coincidental color correspondences. I hope you enjoyed looking at them!
Many deer inhabit the Smoky mountains. They visited Karen’s cloth as well! You can view previous posts here and here…..