Tag Archives: sewing

It’s in the details.

A pair of matching pants, out of linen and lace, for two of my dance friends. Of course I hafta put some sweet, stitched initials in the inside, so they don’t get mixed up!

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New Work, ahoy!!

Well, I finally got my latest Quilted Painting framed (here’s a close-up of some of the stitching). I have several large pieces in the works, and I’m also right smack in the middle of doing *GASP* a comprehensive inventory of … Continue reading

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Watermelon Skirt

If you know me, or are familiar with my art, you may have glanced at the title of this entry and assumed that I have made a skirt out of watermelon rinds. Good guess! – But this time I’ve actually … Continue reading

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Birth of a plastic ball gown

They don’t say “the clothes make the man” for nothin’. What we wear speaks volumes about our class, occupation, status, who we are, or more accurately, what we want people to think we are. The long-term changes that have occurred … Continue reading

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