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Stella is done!

Stella is done and ready to hang in the Fish of Fondy art exhibit at the Langdon Divers Gallery in the Fond du Lac Public Library. She will be there, along with many other wonderful pieces of art, from February 6 until March 6 2019.
Her next appearance will be at the Caestecker Public Library in Green Lake WI. You may view her from March 7 through April 8. I'm thrilled she will be on display at these 2 great libraries! She way such a joy to make!!!

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So- my latest project is a life-size Sturgeon wall hanging. I am entering it into the Fishing in Fondy Art event which is held at the Langdon Divers Gallery at the Fond du Lac public library. I have no idea why I wanted to do this- it just came to me!!! I usually find sturgeon to be rather ugly but since I started this I have learned that there are many varieties of these fish all over the world and they are all unique and beautiful! I have a new appreciation for all types of fish. Check out #sturgeonfighters on Instagram- so many sturgeons!!!
Here are a few pictures of my progress on this piece.

Stay tuned for the final results. I have had much fun making this- it's rather freeing when you are just "winging it", no pattern, no design just whatever comes to me at the moment!
Just a few pics of the Festival I will be at this weekend- some of the things I've made and my darling spot next to the sheep!
I continue to add to my inventory for the Bee Blooming Market on May 12th in Dalton WI. I will have a space inside South and Main. This is my first Market and I am a bit nervous but will just keep my fingers crossed and see how it goes. Here's what I've done this week:

A new stash of vintage linens
 Some zippy bags
 3x5" notebooks

 5x8" notebooks
 More zippy bags and small notebooks
 Don't they look cute in that enamel pan???

Been busy sewing up items for a market I will be vending at in Dalton WI. Bee Blooming Market on May 12, 2018. I am focusing on my vintage fabrics since all the other vendors are bringing vintage items. It's my first time doing something like this and I'm glad I'm using all my fun vintage fabrics! These are small, zippered coin bags made from vintage tablecloth scraps and eyeglass cases- also from the same scraps.

Finally finished 5 Happy Scrappy bags- all in red. I will be doing more in different colors- one color at a time. They measure 5 1/2" x 7" with a 40" strap so you can wear the bag cross-body. Perfect size for your cell phone and a few other small things! These are so fun to make bu do take a bit of time as the patchwork is also quilted. Finished off with a vintage button closure.

Animal Portrait Pillows

This is Sophie, a commissioned piece for a friend. She gave me the fabrics for the pillow- aren't they wonderful!
 This is Eaude- made this one for my best friend. Eaude was her wonderful companion for many years. The paisley piece of fabric is from my friends porch chair and Eaude now permanently resides on that porch!