Thursday, March 29, 2007

Yesterday, my last student did not show for tutoring and that gave me a bit of time to create this last night. I came home and took a short nap on the couch, inspite of my three teenaged boys in and out of the room! I was that sleepy. Even hearing them and knowing they were there didn't bother me! We had find-yourself-something for supper and then I took Whit to the library. He is writing a short paper on W. Churchhill and a longer one on D-day! I was able to squeeze in the sewing time, watch one episode of Monk from a rented DVD with my 14 and 13-year olds, and get to bed by 10:30, much earlier than usual.

This is a very small, artist trading card sized art quilt. It is embellished using needle felting of wool and silk fibers.

6 comments:

Gunnels blog said...

This card is beautiful, Molly! I like your find-yourself-something-for-supper! Sometimes you had to rest! I just talj to a swedish friend on phone, and she like your art very much!

Sue B said...

Beautiful card! Love the colors in this.

SeamRippstress said...

Stunning and beautifully crafted! Your use of color is dynamic!

Lenna said...

I just found your blog too, molly! What fun. I think I first saw your art on the ART tags Flickr group . . . love your work, especially these ATC sized mini quilts with some needle felting. wow! : ) lenna

Dianne said...

I love this card!! Such a wonderful design.

Beate said...

I love Your Card too - just wonderful