Tag: SKFabricPortraits

  • Holy Smokes, Time to Catch Up!

    Oh boy. It’s been months since my last post. This was by no means my intention, but after the huge rush to get ready for and execute my vision at Fall Quilt Market, I came home and thought, “Oh, I’ll just wind down for a bit and then post about it.”  Um, and then the elections […]

  • Next Batch O’ Portraits

    I’m still working on a few secret projects, so since there’s nothing new to report in that arena, here’s a quick roundup of my latest fabric portraits… Something that’s rare for me, I actually made two of these gals, both with the same succulent plants but with slightly different purple backgrounds. One stayed with me and […]

  • Happy Presidents Day!

    My 4-year old is obsessed with Haimuham Likken, as he’s affectionately known in our home, so it only made sense to pay proper homage to good ol’ Abe for his 207th birthday. I’ve also been pondering a series of portraits of various figures in history, so this seemed like as good a time as any to […]

  • The Portraits Continue

    I’m knee-deep in drawing, drawing, drawing at the moment, but when I’ve gotten half a chance, I’ve been continuing to make more fabric scrap portraits. Here are some recent ones: The idea of using simply scraps has changed to now include larger swaths of fabric too; this woodgrain fabric is all one piece. Adding in embroidery […]