Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Sui Generis

My Inner Animal Reader Challenge finalist piece is aparently published in the current edition of Quilting Arts magazine (May/June 2010) ........ and also on the magazine's website here!

My Inner Animal
Sui Generis (Unique; One of a Kind)
My poem description is on the QA website!

I'll have to wait until the mags turn up in newsagents here as I think my subscription  has just ended... probably only a few weeks to wait but......... I really am so excited!! All the entries can be viewed here Click on the Photo Galleries tab at the top and then the Inner Animal Challenge on the drop down menu. There are some really amazing entries! Wow!

Dancing to the beat of my own drum...

Her name is Sui Generis and she see’s the world through different coloured eyes;
one blue and one green; like me!

Just a little wild!

Raw edge appliqué onto vintage scarf; hand dyed silks and found fabrics including sari fabrics. Hand quilted and embroidered. Binding consists of hand stitched vintage Bark cloth; Sari fabric, Hand dyed commercially printed cotton and silk. (Some purchased from yarnahoy on etsy ) ,Novelty yarns


I hope you all had a wonderful Easter break with family and friends! My visitors left this morning- we had a lovely week and the kids [cousins] all got to know each other a little better : )   We had beautiful weather and great food ( I even managed a little hand stitching and got a few blocks done for Jonny's quilt too!) So, happy days all round!

Will catch up with my blog reading soon!

6 comments:

Jules said...

That's wonderful Sandi. How exciting for you! Many congratulations, it's a really imaginative and colourful work of out, and your style and uniqueness really stands out. I enjoyed looking at all the quilts too, thanks so much for the link. So glad you had a happy Easter! x

Jacky said...

Congratulations, I will eagerly await the latest Quilting Arts too.
Love your style!

Jacky xox

Joei Rhode Island said...

You did a better job photographing her ... I couldn't see the difference in her eyes in QA. She is so playful. I go now to check out the poem.

Marie said...

Congratulations! Fabulous piece.
I look forward to seeing it in
print. Glad you had a lovely
visit with the family and got
to stitch too!
:)

Kim Hambric said...

Fantastic piece. I love it!! Congratulations on having it published. I will look forward to the next issue of Quilting Arts.

Catherine V. Bainbridge said...

I love it! Congratulations Sandi, you deserve it! :)
Hugs
C.

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