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The Big Goal

March 12, 2009

I only made one big goal for 2009

!!! MAKE ART !!! 
It seems the past year and a half was spent rushing around meeting one deadline after another. All good things for my career. All things that will support the artmaking but no actual making of the artwork itself.
This week has been bliss. My first week in months and months with no deadline to meet. I actually wake up and get to choose what to do. At least in the two hours a day that I have to myself. Usually I work frantically trying to get something I have to get finished done while everything else falls apart around me. (Especially the house.)
I weeded a favorite garden, unburying a stone path that has been hidden the past year. And then I pulled out a piece that was started several YEARS ago. It’s the perfect thing to help me get acquainted with my new HQ16. The poor neglected machine has waited patiently since last fall for me to pay attention. It’s going to take a little learning but we’re getting there. So here’s a sneak peak. The machine quilting is done but I think the work itself is only beginning on this piece.
Here’s a sneak peak at the work in progress.
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4 Comments

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    lyric
    April 12, 2009 at 11:47 am

    I ordered it last year from a very nice vendor at the Blue Ridge Quilt Festival. I was teaching there and spent all of my spare time playing with the machine. I’m just now getting to use it.

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    Fulvia Luciano, artist
    April 12, 2009 at 11:12 am

    Oh, you got one of those dream machines… Did you pick it up at IQF?

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    Judy Alexander
    March 17, 2009 at 1:33 pm

    I can so relate to the first part of your post. I have been pushing myself to do things to get my name out there (wherever there is???) and seems like I am always chasing a deadline. Love your work.

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    colorific
    March 12, 2009 at 9:54 pm

    Love the colors. Pink and orange make me happy.

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