Friday, 23 October 2009



When does a series become a rut???
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5 comments:

Sue (Canada) said...

I don't know about the rut but I love the colours and I have to comment on the handquilting. It looks really good. Did you do this yourself or did your handquilter?

Deb said...

I can only speak for myself. I saw the rut ahead of time "lined with blazing torches" when I was first exposed to Nancy Crows work. It was only a slide show - and then I did one piece under that influence that I loved so much it's the only piece that I have hanging in my house. Still I could see trouble coming and have avoided working that vein ever since (except for a few working bedquilts). Your palette is exquisite and uniquely you...time to fly away from the barn?

pam h. said...

not sure about rut---i love what you're doing. my friend is going to nancy crow's class in the near future and her concern is that her style will change to become nancy's style. don't think that will happen as she is a very strong willed person, BUT i'm sure there will be some influence. i love your colors and i'd kill for your handquilter :)

Rebel said...

When it stops bringing you joy to do it. They are beautiful.

BTW - i am heading to Vietnam in the next couple of days... Hanoi first, then down to Hoi An.

Marilyn Miller said...

No rut, just love your color choices.