Thursday, August 12, 2010

My Creative Space

This is what it is looking like around here today. I slacked a bit on my ART EVERYDAY but since it is just for me that is o.k. I have big plans for tonight to get back.

I am having this desire to sew. Maybe since I sewed on paper?? I borrowed Denyse Schmidt Quilts from the library. I think I may be able to actually make something small like a potholder. For someone that doesn't sew that is huge. Just thinking.

With this ART EVERYDAY experience I am also feeling my love of fabric design popping up yet again. I think it may have to do with the fact that I listened to the Amy Butler , Anna Maria Horner, Denyse Schmidt  podcasts on CraftSanity yet again. What great stories they all have.

Check out more creative spaces  and play along over on kootoyoo.



Moyra Scott said...

Hi Dana - I love the way your blog looks. And your creative table! I am off to explore a little. If you don't mind me asking, How did you manage to get your own header like that in blogger?

Moyra Scott said...

Also I love your work - I LOVE sewing in my collages too. i have just spent some time today making a whole bunch of cards using fabric and silver thread stitching.

Concetta said...

The little fingers playing playdough in the background too ;) All so lovely. xxx

jacqueline said...

Dearesr Dana, everything looks soo beautiful and inspiring! Thanks so much for sharing! Have a lovely merry happy day and love to you!

rebecca said...

i especially love the playdough in the corner ;o)

gretchenmist said...

your space is looking very colourful and full of pattern. i did think of fabric design when i saw your drawings/paintings :)

Angela said...

I love the way your creative space is shared with a little one and Play d'oh! I'll have to check out those interviews. I think DS teaches some quilting classes in CT. Thanks for sharing and Happy Weekend!
Peace, Angela

AG Ambroult said...

I have listened to all those podcasts too. I can't get enough of crafty success stories.

Good luck with the potholder! Think of it as a mini quilt. Which i guess it is!