Tuesday, May 04, 2010

ATC Delights

Here are the ATC's that I traded mine for with fellow CQFA members. They are soaking up the sun on the new deck railing. It was just too dark in my studio room to get any good pictures. Don't they just look good enough to eat?
This first one is by Nancy Riffle. The bee is stamped I believe, but maybe screen printed, and then she did some great outline and shading stitching.
Overlapping circles of bright colors from Maureen Lardie. I really liked the quilting on this one.
This one is by Jaye Lapachet, she used a new stitching technique from a recent Quilting Arts magazine article by Cindi Huss. Very cool, and you can't go wrong with hearts and red.

A wonderful folded, layered piece by Debbie Wambaugh. She makes entire wall hangings using this technique with her fabulous dyed fabric, here is one example.
Such great texture on this very layered one by Amy Witherow.
Aren't these all so fun? I really hope we keep on doing these ATC exchanges, it is so different every single time.


Anne Huskey-Lockard said...

I have done *TWO* fiber ATCs and that may be all I ever have! LOL!!! I don't mind working that small in paper, but the sewing machine, my eyesight and fingers and needle all seem to collide!
These are terriffic!


Jaye said...

REALLY awesome pictures. I think I need better light or a new camera!

Laume said...

Lovely all.