Tuesday, April 2, 2013

LIME-AID

My current in-progress project stack has included 4 different pieces.  This one was the subject of my blog in mid March....you can follow the progress here and next here and finally here.  Basically, I was on a roll and blogged about it for 3 days straight....then it got set aside.  

Since my sewing machine is still in need of repair, I directed my attention to the handwork finishing touches of this felted wool wall art piece. (I'll be making the 3 hr. round trip to Tennessee today to drop off my machine, oh don't we HATE to be w/o our sewing machines!!!)


 
LIME-AID  9" x 12"
Woolfelt (tm), machine stitched, agate & bead embellished

AVAILABLE HERE

9 comments:

Robbie said...

Great color scheme...nice piece...love the addition of the spaced beads on the edge(s)....you are my idol!

Nina Marie said...

OMG - you have to drive 3 hrs - its bad enough that you have to go without your machine but 3 hrs! I promise not to kvetch about my 50 min dr anymore! so glad you picked this back up - I love the palette and the simple composition!

Heather P said...

I love "Lime-Aid" - the palette, the shapes, the beading. Very nice piece.

Sylvia said...

My dealer is an hour and 15 minutes away, but since I have more than one machine, I am not in trouble when one breaks down. Love the lime piece!

Linda M said...

I was wondering what you were going to do with that big bead, it looks great. My machine has to go in today also, but I only have a 1 1/2 hr drive each way.

Nancy Bowron said...

Lovely handwork. And I love the quote at the top of your blog!

Quilt Rat said...

Wonderful piece, great feel, really REALLY love the colour combo!

Marilyn Wall said...

Mary, I lover Lime Aid and the use of large stones in your new work.

Cathy Perlmutter said...

Oooooo, I love the quilt, and I love the name. You've made a controversial color loveable!