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Saturday, September 16, 2006

100 Details In 100 Days - Day 88

Fractal 14
Originally uploaded by Kitty And Me.
Isn't this one pretty? I've always loved pink and green together and I'm very fond of mint green!

Print this on an inkjet fabric sheet and work into your projects.

Visit Sharon's blog to read about what she has decided to do as far as the next project goes. Sharon has an incredible knack for "getting the ball rolling" and bringing people together. It's truly a gift that she has.

As I mentioned yesterday, what i would like to do to contribute to the next project, is to offer patterns for crazyquilt embellishments. I have some really cool ideas for this! Does that sound like something everyone would enjoy? Please let me know. These patterns would be for things that would be made and then sewn onto a crazyquilt. Share your thoughts with me.


Tina said...

I found your site thru Sharon's and following along with the current 100 details in 100 days. I think it would be great to see more of your offerings... I do a little cq and embroidery but am no where near as experienced as most I have seen... So my vote is go forth and teach I will be returning, Tina

Anonymous said...

Absolutly would love to see what you have...been reading your blog since day 1 and never miss it.

Magpie's Mumblings said...

Count me in! I, too, read your blog every day. I have to admit I'm a 'CQ idea' junkie, because who knows when you can use an idea. Have to admit I like the idea too of doing little motifs (if that's the correct word) to add onto a piece at a later date. Lovely and portable to work on when I have a few spare minutes.

Maddie Can Fly said...

Pam, whatever you want to share with us is fine by me. I appreciate the time and effort you have put into all forms of needlework during our career and with your blog. THANK YOU! And don't listen to the complainers -- there are some who would complain no matter what you do.

Anonymous said...

Pam I am a long time fan of your cross stitch and now your needlework as well. I love the butterflies in the fractual work and would like permission to use them as silks on my own work. I think they would make lovely pieces and perhaps some of your work could include vintage ladies or children in the background. I sure wish I knew how to do this type of work as it is so fascinating.

Thank-you for a wonderful blog and sharing your journey with us.

Anonymous said...

I love all the things you do. I am brand new to embroidery if you don't count chicken scratch, and I want to be able to do what you do so much, it has become an is all so beautiful..

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