|Morning After the Storm wants completion!|
This one I'm calling Morning After the Storm, for the lovely sunrise background of peaches, yellows and pinks.
|I created stencils of imaginary sea creatures and then used a faux trapunto, or stuffed, technique devised by Hari Walner.|
|Clam shell from the Depths of the Sea|
|Close-up of Sand Dollar|
|Mysterious Sea Flower|
Was I having such a hard time with the project and just quit out of frustration? Not really. But another, more urgent project seemed to rear its head between the time I set this down and now. Maybe I'll blog more about that one!
|My very contemporary home. I'm lucky here, because if it were Craftsman or Victorian, it would be stuffed to the rafters with antiques and all sorts of stuff. The quilt on the wall: Salmon Flash, by Nelda Warkentin.|
Wish me luck in sticking to my pledge, and best of luck in finishing some of your "back burner" projects, in what ever media they may be! When you have a moment, leave a comment telling about some of your favorite UFO stories! I know you have at least one ...
Tina in San Diego