I have lots of found fabric scanned, and love the old-timey patterns and color combos. Since I can't sew, and really don't have time to learn, I decided to keep digital images to be used later and put the fabric up for sale so it can fulfill its destiny of usefulness (as seen in my posts on frameables and fabric). This has worked pretty well, with many pieces of my kins' scraps scattered throughout the country, and even across the pond! I have kept a few pieces that are just too beautiful to let go, and perhaps someday will be able to use them in their actual capacity. But until then, it's digital and handmade collages for these guys!
I just came across a new box of scraps, and there are signs that these were saved to become a crazy quilt. It was like Christmas when I opened it up!
|Smells just like I knew it would. Old and musty!|
|Retro kitchen goodness!|
|The blue gingham background and yellow with white flower hair fabrics|
have been sold off to Portland and Kalamazoo, respectively.
|Papers from the early 1900s to the 1970s and fabric papers from this year.|
I'm really excited about this new stuff and lament that there just aren't enough hours in the day to make art and live a life that includes running errands and not being a hermit constantly. It's a good problem to have, and I feel very lucky.
Happy Groundhog Day!