Saturday, December 1, 2012

Thread Painted Lady Bugs & A Different Season


I am teaching a thread painting class in January.
Above is my sample wall hanging.  We will be thread painting lady bugs in class.
The applique is from a Sizzix die.

Harvest is done, but the work is never done.
Machinery has to be cleaned up and put away for the season, the bearings on the combine needs to be replaced, and paperwork needs to be caught-up for tax season to just name a few.
Just because there's no activity out in the fields doesn't mean the work is done.
It just means the work is different.
Dean spends a lot of time in his office planning for the next year.


Hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving!
Zelda sure did!


Happy Quilting!

Kay Lynne

5 comments:

Sarah Beth said...

I sure would like to learn thread painting. I love machine embroidery and have a Bernina artista to sew with..are you teaching this class online? Your work is beautiful. Can you give any pointers

Sarah Beth said...

I would love to learn thread painting..is the class your teaching online? Your work is beautiful..could you give me some pointers please.

Quilting By Jeannie said...

I wish I could add thread painting to my list of accomplishments. Its on my list for someday. Love the ladybugs

Sandra said...

Cute little ladybugs! They would make a lovely addition to various sewing projects. Wonder what new patterns Zelda is dreaming up?

Fleurette said...

I love your work and your little wall hanging is so cute.