Jack and Jill Revisited

  Last weekend I was revisiting old notebooks, like 10 years old or more. I came across a series of images designed around the idea; what happens when nursery rhyme characters grow up?   Some […]

A Young Angel

  A different palette for me.     And the original drawing.

A Crash Course in Creativity

  Tina Seelig has an amazing class online called  “A Crash Course in Creativity”  I have posted all of the links on my docent blog. ENJOY!

From Sketching to Stitching

  As you know I have been sketching and stitching angels.    In the past I have used Transfer-eze, a sticky back, water  soluble stabilizer as a way of transferring a pattern to black wool. […]

Stumpwork in Space, Part 1

  I need a break from the Gardening Angel. Here is a series “Rocketland” begun in 2010.    My designs, my digitizing and my craziness.   I was experimenting with the concept of stumpwork done […]

Gardening Angel Progress

  As I work I often feel as though I am making no progress. Then I look at my last blog post and I can see that isn’t true.   The angels arms and hands […]