Quilters

Quilters are the same all over the world. They love to share the projects they are doing, they are warm, friendly and belong to the sisterhood. Whoops this sounds like a religious order… No it's not but we could call it the Quality of Quilters  We had a wonderful brunch today with the ladies of…

Unpredictable.

      ‘Unpredictable’,  -      circumstances beyond our control. I guess, ultimately, our life is unpredictable, but traveling reinforces just that. Communication is the key to  normalcy and connecting to the Internet in a posh hotel in LA should be a cinch, but it eluded this computer last night. Information on the sudden death of a…

Back on track.

I'm frustrated, I had to get out of my pj's to come down into the lobby to do the blog….. It's interesting though, as a people watcher I could write a page…..!!! The Internet in the room just doesn't cut it…..and I can't add a gallery of photos at this time. 24 hours makes a…

Traveling.

It's quiet and calm in the club,  music is coming from an unknown source and is gently soothing the soul, there are no windows in the this part of the building, but the lighting is gold and warm. They make real coffee in real coffee machines, (a must have for a coffee lover) the food…

Portrait class online.

I think this quilt is fabulous and this is the email from Marjolein one of my students in Thailand. Hello PamIn October when you were in Bangkok I had the pleasure to follow your lessons for 2 days. After that I purchased via LQuilt the Impressionist portrait. I have enjoyed both lessons very much, and…

The devil is in the detail

As the metal impressions around the roof were stylised I wanted my image to reflect this.The first face is  the sun who is represented as a man's gold face.  I cut an applique piece in bronze fabric and then drew a face onto the fabric.  I didn't trace it as I wanted a folk art…

The Design is in the Detail – challenge No 9 finished.

I mentioned I had difficulty with the purple fabric… however I think I've managed to disguise the white halo with purple Tsukineko ink by gently illustrating the edges of the applique piece after it was appliquilted. via pamhollanddesigns.typepad.com Click on the URL above to visit the site.   Tilly made her own. Not too bad…

Challenge No 9. – adding to the Aggies theme. Completed.

I've enjoyed doing this project… It's was a little fiddly to get all the green images in place, but it looks quite realistic now that it's finished. And the background is growing on me. I mentioned I had difficulty with the purple fabric… however I think I've managed to disguise the white halo with purple…