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Thursday, March 11, 2010

Napkins and Hats

Gerry Nichols, a Zentangle CZT in Florida send us this note and some pictures:

I just finished 3 different items to be used in a charitable auction for the Naples Art Museum and thought you might like to see them.

There is a set of six white cotton napkins, a child's apron and, my favorite, a white linen Greek fisherman's cap. Working on cloth is a lot of fun and just as relaxing as working on the paper. Once you get started doing this, it is addictive, as you well know!
Thanks, Gerry!







9 comments:

Rose said...

Wow, these are really gorgeous.. what patience you have... I love having my morning coffee and checking what you have uploaded next.. your wonderful creations! It's a pleasure to have breakfast with you! :) Rose

Rose said...

Oops, just realized this is GERRY's creation. Congratulations, this is gorgeous. Please post more! :)

Carole Ohl said...

Fun fun!

Karen said...

I live in Naples and would be interested in any workshops/classes gerry may be teaching.

Karen

Lisa said...

SO what kind of pen do you use on cloth? Just beautiful!!!!

Shelly Beauch said...

Another jewel of an idea for the treasure box. Thank you!

Rhani Tangles said...

Fabulous !!! I am searching for my daughters tennis hat to tangle as we speak!!!!

Molossus said...

Wow! These are amazing!

Tricia said...

Zentangles on fabric! Perfect!! Gerry, what brand/size pen do you use for fabric? And do you stabilize the fabric before applying your design?
Thank you!
Tricia