With all the activity here on the new website and online store, I’ve been hearing a lot of questions, some more than others. I thought I would take some time to answer one that has come up a number of times related to my latest book, Design Magic for Paintstiks on Fabric. For those of […]
Hi All! It’s Monday, so it must be time for a little Design Magic. Last week I shared the wonderful birds that TART Lauren Parker created as a part of her lesson on Positive/Negative Stenciling. This week I’d like to share the 4 pieces created by the TART leaders at In Good Company.
The four talented artists at In Good Company say this: “Our business features the work and art of four women: Sue Engel, Sue Anne Iman, Jamie Grant, and Susan Wetzsteon. It is the collaboration of talent and ideas sparked by an interest in quilting and design which we have turned into a business for the past 15 years. Our focus at present is textile art quilts.” If you are looking for a way to explore textile art topics on a regular basis, the TART program may be just what you are looking for.
It’s Monday, so it must be time for a little magic. Last week I shared Kathy Tanner’s elephants. If you missed it, you can read about them here. Today, I’d like to share Lauren Parker’s birds. I have to admit that I’m always thrilled when someone sends in photos of their Design Magic creations – and I’m sure you’ll agree that Lauren’s birds are just delightful.
To start, I need to explain that Lauren is a TART. (That’s a compliment, not a smart remark!) TART is short for Textile ARTist, and TARTs are a group of people exploring various textile art techniques with 4 creative ladies at In Good Company.