Friday, November 13, 2009

AED Day 13 - Fabric Art




Here is my bit of fabric art for the day - a simple landscape made from scraps of hand painted fabric and a bit of machine stitching, mounted on some pretty scrapbooking card stock. I may add some stitching around the edge but this is it for now!
Hope everyone has a lovely weekend!

15 comments:

ELLIE said...

WOW - absolutely beautiful - I love your artwork - thanks so much for sharing it and for dropping by my blog and saying hi!!
Your fabric art is wonderful!!

JulieJordanScott said...

I'm with Ellie-AMAZING!

linda said...

Looks amazing! Wow, I can't believe it's out of scraps! Your stitching for the tree is so detailed...wow!!!

Kaylene said...

Love your work, could you share your technique

norma said...

I really like this little piece, so simple yet so elegant.
I went to Claire Mojher's blog after seeing your portrait. What treat! Thanks for sharing it.

Terri Stegmiller said...

This is beautiful!

Tea Time and Roses said...

Hello Dear Judy,

Beautiful work! What a lovely landscape, so very pretty!:o) I also love your family portrait, beautiful! Enjoy a fabulous weekend my friend.

Smiles...

Beverly

Rebag said...

This is BEAUTIFUL

Kara aka Mother Henna said...

Lovely lovely lovely -- you are all sooooo inspiring me for AEDM! Thank you much for the well wishes and visit to the Mother Henna blog. Finally almost human again here after 3 days of having been on another planet of flubug!

This landscape piece is really wonderful. I love how watercolory it is. Fabic artists always astound me when I see things like, "This was made from scraps of..." Seriously, when I look at scraps, I can't see anything! What visions you get from scraps. And the Family Portrait from earlier this week -- paper! Wow. Very cool!

Thanks much!
miracles,
k-

Judy Hartman said...

A million thanks for your comments. Kaylene, I use fusible web on the back of fabrics, cut them in crooked strips for the grass, then iron them down on a backing fabric. For the machine stitching I just lower the feed dogs and "draw" with the sewing machine, pretty fast. The fabrics were painted with Setacolor fabric paints.

Libby Fife said...

Judy-Lovely as always. I enjoy it when you paint on the fabric-such great results:)

Cat said...

Lovely! Great color blending! And the tree is perfect.

Karen L R said...

oh, judy, this is one of my very favorite pieces! maybe it's the colors, the mood, i'm not sure, but it is a beauty! xoxoxoK-

sparkle jars said...

Beautiful!

Apple said...

Gorgeous piece!!!