Tag Archives: dyeing

Finding my Happy Place

I have been searching for my happy place for a while and I feel that I’m nearly there as I work out some technical issues in my latest exploration. My happy place is a vibrant and abundant art place where … Continue reading

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Finding Color and Joy

The first milestone of my Mission Trails project has been met, not approved yet, but met. I’ve been dyeing samples to find the colors that I will be using on these 3 quilts. While I’ve done a lot of sampling … Continue reading

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Etudes

I’ve posted the results of some recent dye experiments.  I haven’t dyed in a couple of months, so I did some warm-up exercises to get my hand (and head) back into things. I did some over-dying on dish-cloths and regular … Continue reading

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Day 2

While I was waiting to rinse out the dye studies that I had batched the day before, I organized the previous dye studies that I had done.  Of course, I have to make 12 more sets of each of these … Continue reading

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Day 1

My plans for the day were to quilt on one of my pieces for my Jane class and then work on another piece of my Jane class.  But when I got to the studio, I thought I have 4 days in a … Continue reading

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2010 Mastery Class with Jane Dunnewold

I have a philosophy about workshops.  Sometimes, you don’t get what you want, but you get what you need.  I really don’t have explicit expectations about what I want out of the mastery program, as it was a very intuitive choice,  … Continue reading

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