...Lisa. Congratulations! You are the winner of the bundle of three INDIGO fabrics.
Lisa, you and INDIGO must have an attraction for each other as you were also the winner of the INDIGO Challenge fabric last year :-) !
I'll be spending most of the day in the studio preparing for Fiber Camp and my Exploring Surface Design a la Carte class. I also need to set up a few final photos for the next issue of Julie B Booth Surface Design News, which comes out on Sunday July 28. Today, I'll be messing around with flour paste and blue glue resists and maybe a bit of nature printing. A bit of this and that, you might say.
Off I go...
Hi Julie. I missed the ROYGBIV challenge this month! I am travelling in the USA and am currently sitting in the airport at San Francisco airport waiting for a plane and looking at everybody's indigo finds - lovely! Will start looking for violet soon!ReplyDelete
Hi Deb- We missed you! Hope you had a nice time in the USA. San Francisco is one of my favorite cities. Looking forward to seeing your violet next month.Delete
Lucky Lisa, they are such lovely fabrics.ReplyDelete
Hi Maggi- Care to join us for violet next month? I had fun making these fabrics. I got to experiment with a couple of ideas.Delete
What a lovely surprise to discover that my name was drawn! I am thrilled that I've won your INDIGO trio...I love how very different they are from one another yet that they harmonize together so beautifully. Thank you!! (And sorry for my late visit - I have been away from Blogland yet again during visits & travels with family.)ReplyDelete
I hope to send the packet of fabrics off to you this week. So happy that you like the trio. I experimented with a couple of ideas...monoprinting two of the fabric backgrounds from the solid fabric and hand painting the blocks in multiple colors. Hope that you've been having a fun time with family.Delete