Alida, of Tweety Loves Quilting, is hosting the next Art with Fabric hop that starts Monday.
I will be posting my project on Wednesday but I thought you might want to catch the other creative fabric art projects before then. Tomorrow I help kick off the Wish Upon a Star blog hop.
Art With Fabric
Monday, May 21st, 2018
- Janeen at Quilt Art Designs
- Andrée at Quilting & Learning-What a Combo
- Carol at Quilted Fabric Art
- Melva at Melva Loves Scraps
Tuesday, May 22nd, 2018
- Shannon at I’m Working on a Project
- Terry at Terry Aske Art Quilt Studio
- Bea at Beaquilter
Wednesday, May 23th, 2018
- Kat at Kat Knap
- Julie at Julie Bagamary Art
- Karen at Tu-Na Quilts, Travels, and Eats Come on back to check out Tu-Na’s creation.
- Wendy at Pieceful Thoughts of My Quilting Life
Thursday, May 24th, 2018
- Alida at Tweety Loves Quilting
- Heather at Heather’s Blog
- Tami at Thrift Shop Commando
- Dione at Clever Chameleon Quilting
What I Learned Today:
- There’s no place like home.
- That’s also what I said in November when I arrived at my AZ house.
Question: Do you use materials other than fabric to create art? I have a craft room filled with beads and baubles, yarn and string, hooks and needles, stamp pads and stamps. But the only thing I really use anymore is fabric. According to Tu-Na Helper, I don’t use it fast enough to justify all the fabric that keeps coming into the house. I’m thinking that I need to clean off those other shelves to make room for more….fabric!
Thanks for stopping by and do come again.
Karen, Tu-Na Quilts
Karen, I do use other crafty things – mostly yarn. Haven’t been too active with that lately. This looks like a terrific hop, looking forward to seing your creation!
I have lots of artsy supplies, like beads, yarn, little pieces of cording, scraps…..lots of buttons….oh I need more fabric to go with my supplies! Lol!
I used to do a lot of different crafts, although they were all fiber-based. For 20 years or more I did counted cross stitch. I even stitched samples for a shop in St. Paul. Knitting, crocheting, and embroidery all are represented in my sewing room, including books and patterns. But when the needlework shop closed, I decided to try something else. Since then, for the past 20 years, I’ve been focused on quilting. I keep trying to winnow out the supplies I probably won’t ever use, just to make some space to move around my room!
This should be a fun blog hop. I’m looking forward to seeing the creativity of these bloggers.
Looking forward to your post – as a co-presenter (I’m on Thursday). I have all kinds of craft-type stuff but I try to keep it under control. Fabric is my biggest buggaboo. I just donated my fabric that had children’s themes as there are no young children in my life. I’m also letting loose remnants from completed quilts. They will just remind me of a quilt I’ve finished. Since they are organized in ziplocs, I’m donating those too.
I’m so impressed with all you do!
I’m the same, I have many very ignored crafting supplies since I started quilting.
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Sounds like fun! I enjoyed the Art with Fabric hop last year. There are always so many beautiful interpretations in the art!