Sharing my Spoonflower fabrics and a little of me.
Quilter's Comfort's Spoonflower Fabric 2
Monday, January 27, 2020
Tuesday, January 7, 2020
Gathering of Crows Celebration C
Greetings in 2020!
I imagine that your lives are as full and layered as most of the people I know, even if we don’t yet have our jet packs!
Yes! I am excited to live into this year and hope it really is 2020 clarity for me and you!
We do live in amazing times, and I am happy that the natural world is a large part of that even if I recently learned of the removal of nature words from the Oxford Children’s Dictionary (a few years past)! Among the many words removed were dandelion, hazelnut, spinach, poplar, otter, raven and doe. I hope that they find their way back into future children’s dictionaries.
I am fortunate to be living among the trees, and for the really fine heart friends, family, and connections that accompany me on this journey.
Gratitude always, and love!
I am really pleased to share my designs through my studio on Spoonflower! There you can choose from my developing collection of designs based on my artwork. Many of you know that I have been exploring suface design of fabric since the late 1970's! I am amazed at how much time has past and the arts and artist I have met, and now after so many years, I am really applying some of my college learned design skills!
available as finished products, pillows, table cloths, wallpapers,
bedding and other items. I love the quality and feel of the petal
Signature Cotton fabric I have printed on so far. I am eager
to explore some of the other fabric choices, but first
to create something with my new beauties!
I am (as usual) excitedly developing my design collections to enjoy and be enjoyed!
This is a broader look at where things are with me and quilterscomfort.
1. Teas are available on the menu at the Runcible Spoon.
2. Wholesale for teas and L.A.O. Seasonings is available. Nightshade Free!
3. Fabric Design in quilterscomfort Design Studio!
4. Turtle Dome progresses – the septic system is now installed.
5. Hart Rock still exist at https://quilterscomfort.com/hartrock.htm
6. I have been on Instagram for about a year as:
Quilter’s Comfort Blog will turn toward fabric design, pleating, and quiltmaking projects.
If you have a professional interest in design for clothing, interior design, fiber arts or quilting, etc., please check out my fabrics! Licensing is available. Custom design projects may be considered.
Local Food Bloomington will continue to turn its focus toward the home table, food security resources, and all changes to the website will be reflective of that.
The domain name Indiana Holistic Health Network is for sale.
May our individual and collective thoughts, words and actions reflect loving, connecting energy patterns into our world.
Thank you for sharing the journey,