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Wednesday, May 26, 2010

More Stitching

We had a number of Zentangle inspired fabric works of art at our CZT seminar.

Pat Ferguson, CZT, brought her beautiful quilt for all to see.

Carole Ohl, CZT, brought her friend Lee Tougas' now-finished needlepoint:





Elizabeth Olivas, CZT, brought this lovely quilt she created. Here she is with her daughter and us. Unfortunately you can't appreciate her beautiful stitching in this photograph.



This next quilt is a delicious exploration of Zentangle inspired patterns and textures ("TexTur"). We don't know who did this, so please let us know so we can give you credit.







We look forward to sharing more of some amazing creations shown at our seminar.

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8 comments:

Rose said...

I love them all. Wow! The textur quilt looks so inviting.

Carole Ohl said...

It's awesome to see the Zentangle spirit float into other mediums. It just opens doors everywhere. Thrilling!

Donna said...

I was totally amazed at the quilts. All of the works were just stunning.

kass hall said...

what patience and workmanship! Incredible work people!

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Anonymous said...

The quilts are just lovely - thanks for sharing them.

Anonymous said...

The quilts are lovely - thanks for sharing them.

Zentangle said...

Deb Kopeschny of "Bloomin' Quilts" in Ontario, Canada created the "TexTur" quilt. She writes that it's a work in progress. We look forward to seeing another picture!

You can reach Deb at www.bloominquilts.blogspot.com.