It’s break-up season in Alaska with melting messes of mud and so much dust which is not fun for my allergies. As I await the arrival of spring green, I’ve been stitching up rainbows (dresses and unicorns), flowers and more.
I sit down at my sewing machine, with an inspiration image, prepared “canvas” (fabric sandwiched with batting) and pick a place to start. I do my best to stitch the image with one continuous line of thread, going over lines to darken them and move through the image to create texture or words. Then I pull out my box of markers and begin the coloring.
With each thread drawing, I am growing my skills as I stitch my own story as an artist.
Thanks to months of stitching time I’m excited to have an ample supply of artwork to offer a selection for sale online and in local galleries (Girdwood Center for Visual Arts, Dos Manos, Quilted Raven).
Add some thread drawn and colored happiness to your home with an original thread drawn art quilt. Or choose a mini art quilt with an appliqué girl in boots and an inspirational message using Alison Glass Sunprints 2019 fabric as the backgrounds.
Bright batik fabrics and inspirational stitched words come together for fun fabric covered notebooks to capture ideas, dreams and plans.
Each art quilt and notebook is unique and gift-worthy and created to make you smile.
Visit the believemagic Etsy shop to see all the fun.
“Why should I be unhappy? Every parcel of my being is in full bloom.” – Rumi
“People deal too much with the negative, with what is wrong. Why not try and see positive things, to just touch those things and make them bloom?” – Thich Nhat Hanh
Bloom (6” x 8”)
Drawing with thread is my happy. Coloring is relaxing. Combining the two to create art is joy.