Welcome to my Quilting blog. I love quilt, love quilting but got bored with traditional quilting. My solution was to try new technique and inspiration. Follow me in my journey of discovery who is my inner artist.
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I'm glad you found a creative way to work with your feelings. It's a wonderful piece.ReplyDelete
such tragedy you have made a very personal runner to remember those lostReplyDelete
It's a beautiful piece.ReplyDelete
Very nice runner, and such a tragic event. Thank you for sharing on Midweek MakersReplyDelete
beautiful runner and such a tragic even. Glad you could find a creative way to express you feelings.ReplyDelete
Art has a way of healing. This is a great example of that!ReplyDelete
The news of Quebec mosque is heart-breaking. We need so much more love and kindness now.ReplyDelete
Your runner is beautiful and it is a fitting homage to the victims.
A beautiful tribute to those who were lost.ReplyDelete
This is beautiful and a wonderful tribute :)ReplyDelete
A couple of years ago I hear Val McDiarmuid (UK crime writer) speak and she said that the arts are how we fight back against those who would have us afraid - what a beautiful way to process what happened and fight backReplyDelete
Such a thoughtful project. I know how difficult is sometimes to find ways to express our feelings and quilting is a great channel for those emotions. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Somehow the design and colours express it all. Such a terrible event. I hope you are feeling calmer after the shock.