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Monday, October 3, 2011

I still make Art Quilts

I actually made this quilt three months ago, but Sept. 30 was the date to post it on the
On that blog you will see many different interpretations of the challenge: Barcelona.
Everything from famous artists, to historical buildings.
Mine, on the other hand, is a personal experience of the time I passed through Barcelona on a journey that would change my life.

 Read about it here and from my journal excerpt below...
 and on the other blog to get the full story.
It's a memory quilt of a time in my life when I was indeed "Young and Adventurous"!

11 comments:

  1. this is a super quilt Lynn and your many skills with many ways to write on quilts and do photos etc make it a complex and interesting story telling quilt. you have sure had an adventurous life.

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  2. Lynn, You are STILL Young and adventurous!!!!! You are still trying new and fun things and the energy you have is amazing. This is wonderful as is all your Art.

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  3. Now that is what I call a travel journal. WOW Love it.

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  5. You've just inspired me! And maybe even started a tradition!

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  6. this is a lovely quilt Lynn...x

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  7. Oh this is really neat! Such a keepsake and I assume that this won't be for sale. I love the collage effect, like a fabric journal. Very nice.

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  8. Love this Lynn - what a superb heirloom it will be!

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  9. This is such a fantastic piece of work, Lynn. Stunning and so personal - really one of a kind.

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  10. Oh, ditto, and ditto on what everyone's said!
    Just a fabulous piece of work, all the more so due to the personal aspect.
    Also agreeing with Cris,,,you ARE still young and adventurous. Carry on!!

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  11. I love, love, love that map fabric! I also like how you have carried on the colours through out your piece. Wonderful.

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Thanks for leaving your comments as I love hearing from you. Your words of encouragement are why I continue to draw!