My friend Sarah, who writes the delightful blog Saturday Sequins, decided to organize a blog hop in order
That meant that there are an unfortunately small number of sequins on this piece, at least so far. I used a wonderful piece of fabric that I've been
After I was finished quilting, I added some color to the surface with some Inktense pencils ( Set of 72). Love the misty, spooky effect. Sometime in the future I will be posting the entire tutorial for this quilted piece on Mixed Media Artist, and I'll make sure to mention it here on Beading Arts for those who are interested in non-wearables.
Note 10/08/12: Here's part one of my tutorial on Mixed Media Artist
Note 10/16/12: And here's part two on Mixed Media Artist
Host: Sarah... http://saturdaysequins.com
Karen W... http://baublicious.blogspot.com
Dawn Marie... http://designsbydawnmarie.blogspot.com
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Thank you so much for joining in the hop! I'm looking forward to the tutorial. :)
I am not a Halloween person at all, but I can't help it, I just love your piece! You totally achieved that spooky effect, and I'm amazed at that button. (I love buttons). Even if you didn't have many sequins, the ones you had set it off perfectly. I so love your creativity!
Oh my I love your dark side this is a wonderful wall hanging for this time of year. Beautiful!