Monday, 5 November 2012

"Christmas tree"

I have one more weekend to go and I will have finished all my teaching assignments this year. In between classes and life’s little rather boring obligations and a few really fun ones, I have been quilting up a storm in more ways than this one.

This little tree quilt (approx 14”*16”) was finished a few weeks ago. I will use it as a sample at guild meetings and so on, teaching the painting with fiber technique. If you would like to make a tree of your own, I have a few extra kits with everything but batting and backing (and thread and sewing machine of course). The kit includes the instructions for how to “paint” the tree. It’s a really fun project, so let me know if you would like to order one (200 + postage, Norway only).

If you’re into embellishments at all, this would be the perfect place to go nuts with buttons and beads and tiny little Christmas ornaments.

I hope all my friends in the US are safe; my thoughts and prayers are with you all!

3 comments:

  1. Extraordinary work Nina Lise!!! And such fun that you all time pay your love for quilting forward to those in your classes!!!

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  2. Ooh nice new tree for this year's festive winter celebrations, love it! Looks a simple design with maximum inpact. xox

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  3. Kids could pin tiny "ornaments" on it for a kind of Advent Calendar. It is lovely just the way it is.
    Hugs

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