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9.03.2012

THE ART QUILT BLOG...AND ME.


Puerto Colombia - done for my son-in-law after visiting Colombia for the first time.

Since my real true love is art quilting...or a form of it...I went looking online...found...and became a member of The Art Quilt Blog. They asked that I introduce myself in my first post there and so I did. Here is the link if you'd like to take a look. 

The Art Quilt Blog


Thanks again to all of you who follow MY blog. I hope I can bring something good into your life.

annie!

23 comments:

  1. You ALWAYS bring something good into my life!
    (Great post over at the Art Quilt Blog!)

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    1. Thank you so very much Robin. I say the same thing about your blog! I've left your link on two of the blog hop sites that asked for favorite blogs…because your wit, stories and sketches are…!

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  2. Nice intro post on the other blog. That little quilt with the dimensional hearts attached to it is so awesome! I love that! You can probably tell that I'm better with definitive things than I am with abstract. And this one that you made for your son-in-law is wow! I can't even imagine where I would begin something like that. Your art quilts are wonderful annie!

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    1. Thank you Annie! Sometimes when I look back…I think…Hmmm, I did that?!? And it makes me want to give it another try. That's what happened last night when I was extracting these pictures from other blog posts. So I'm totally motivated now and can't wait to get busy playing! And I begin with a picture that I've taken when I do those type quilts. I LOVE that technique. Of course…I love every technique pretty much. :)

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    2. Oh and PS…I had to go look to see the dimensional hearts quilt and that is a bunch of Valentine's laying together and does kind of look like a quilt now that you mention it! After I made the Valentine brooches, I decorated paper to pin them on. :)

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  3. Love your introduction to The Art Quilt Blog. Wish I could pack a suitcase and join in a retreat...but since I hate flying I guess I'll have to wait for teleportation to be invented! ybf ann.

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    1. Thank you Ann. We could just knock you out like the A Team used to do with Mr. T. How does that sound?!? LOL!

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  4. Thanks for the link, annie!. I very much enjoyed your introductory post.

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  5. A great post over at the art quilt blog annie!
    I would love to do a workshop with you but I don't think I could ever afford the airfare!

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    1. Thanks Gill! I would love it if you could come for a workshop. Maybe we'll meet somewhere close to you - sometime…

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  6. Nice intro, those owls are the hoots and I so love your puffy 3D heart piece, thump thump. xox

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    1. Thank you Corrine! I love those owls too! Don't know why I haven't made more. And the 3d heart piece is actually a group of brooches on cards! I need to go label that one!

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  7. Awesome introduction. And I love your business cards sooooooo much!

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  8. Fabulous intro. I hope you get to meet a lot of new artsy friends this way!

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    1. Thank you so much Joanne! Glad you stopped by!

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  10. Wonderful compositions which show in this great post at The Art Quilt Blog I that pretty quilt landscape of Colombia.

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    1. Thank you Leovi! The Colombia landscape was one of those 'inspired' pieces that just came together so easily and it still amazes me that I did it!
      I appreciate you looking at the Art Quilt Blog posting because I know you're a busy artist!

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