Anna’s Crazy Creations

I will add photos of my latest creations for everyone to view, enjoy and own if so desired. I am currently creating one-of-a-kind fabric art works for a local gallery show in  November 2011. Wish me luck!

After November’s show, my attention turns to showcasing my art work via my blog. My ‘Super-Star’ tapestry deserves a better quality photo than the pic shown below.

I welcome all suggestions for promoting my art through my blog. Please remember, this is a whole new world for me. I crave suggestions for improvements and different ideas. Please share with me.

The above photo is an example of a baby-quilt top. Below is an example of my framed fabric art work. Thank you for visiting. Have a great day!

Posted September 28, 2011 by theimaginationmuscle

52 responses to “

Subscribe to comments with RSS.

  1. I want more pictures!!!!

    courtney stavely
  2. Your stars are perfect! How do you do it? Template or free hand?

  3. I have used a cardboard star-shape and use chalk to make the stars are about the same size. Template to draw and free hand cuts:)

  4. Great stuff, you are very creative, you must have a great imagination…and awesome photos!

  5. Awesome work with fabric 🙂

  6. Thanks for stopping by. I just purchased fabric for my first two quilts. I made two small doll quilts and found some challenges to be aware of as I move forward. I’m amazed by the beauty of combining fabric and what individuals can do with similar fabrics but bring them to life in a whole other way. It’s not only fun but exciting.

  7. Great work and where is the show going to be?

  8. Wow, you are very creative. Love it!
    Thanks for following my blog. Don’t forget to leave a comment if you want the 3 recipes (I can reply via email when you do that.)

  9. I always admire people who can sew. Your work is beautiful and thank you for following us down on Serendipity Farm. My sewing attempts led me to buy my eldest daughter a sewing machine…Maddy is fantastic with a sewing machine…I am not ;). I will tuck you into my rss feed reader so that I can follow your mishapen latin dancing carrots from Tasmania 😉

    • Thank you! You guys have a great blog! I am sure your daughter will quickly be teaching you sewing 101! It is pretty simple if you follow some basic rules…then let the creativity begin! I am happy you saw the dancing carrots too! Gardens are the best. Take care, Anna

      • 🙂 I think that we all have talents to shine at and sewing is so far down my list of “shining” events that I think I will let Madeline shine on her own ;). Gardens are amazing and you learn so much from gardening. I think that gardeners are closest to truely happy people because the simple act of gardening brings us back to nature and forces us to work with it, rather than against it and you learn more about yourself from working in a garden than a zillion self help or therapy sessions! 😉

      • Well said! We do all have our own special insight and abilities thus the unique world we find ourselves:) Sew on Maddy! Gardening is the constant guide to living healthy. I enjoy our dialogue:) Take care, Anna

  10. i like your blog…those makro pics of the insects are eally cool….you seem like you have very similar intrest to me… gonna follow…enjoy

  11. Thank for the follow , wow you have interesting photos on your blog, very creative 🙂

  12. Thanks so much for visiting my nature blog. I enjoyed seeing your fabric art. I’ve been saving pieces of fabric for years and now have an idea for a project!

  13. Hey, thanks for the follow! I look forward to exploring your site. Loved the backyard swing! Have always wanted to start quilting, but it looks like that will have to wait until I retire. :>

    Wandering Voiceless
  14. Wow, your art is really cool! I need to keep coming back here for inspiration! 🙂

  15. Welcome to WWWW and sharing your amazing art. Your quilting is poetry.

    • Thank you for sharing you on your blog! The power of words used wisely wields greatness. It makes me happy that you get a kick out of my crazy sewing projects:) I hope you enjoy my photography. My camera goes where I leave footprints.Take care, Anna

  16. Thanks for following our blog!
    -April w/AMDS

  17. Beautiful. Dear I have some amazing pictures to share with your , My grandmother created some beautiful fabric art pieces I believe you’d love to see. Let me know how can I share the photos with you. You can have them as a great inspiration source they are lovely !

  18. Oh Anna, I’ve always been fond of “crazy quilts”. Where do you round up the scraps from…what are your best resources? I really dig when artists re-use materials. Would it be possible for me to share a photo of one of your pieces on my blog in the future? It fits in nicely with bibbieandblue’s vision 🙂

    • Hey there! Happy you enjoy my fabric work. I find materials at yard sales, thrift stores, and via a annual clothes swap. After cleaning the clothes or fabric pieces, I begin deconstructing the clothing into squares and rectangles. The left over fabric bits are saved in a bin. You are welcome to share my photos and work. It’s nice that you enjoy the beauty of creating with recycled or upcycled materials! Take care, Anna

  19. You write very well. I look forward to reading more of your world, so different from my own.

  20. Nice reading about you.

    Thanks. for visiting my blog Browse through the category sections, I feel you may definitely find something of your interest.

  21. The baby quilt looks like a great tactile stimulator. Like a taggie quilt, but more unique. I like it.

  22. Hello, wow, you have a nice blog up here. Well done! 🙂 Keep writing, my friend, all with love, and surely you will become another light in the heart of humanity.

    Here, I would like to kindly thank you for following my blog. That is very kind of you. It is my mission to serve humanity through the written word. It is my aim to illuminate the World with my Light of Love. To do so, I write inspirational poetry and short stories and post them every Thursday. Please feel free to visit if you feel like inspiration. Take care and may the Light of Love perpetually shine in your heart, my friend. ♥

  23. amazing! i used to help my mom and grandma make quilt blankets too and pillow cases. your craft is made with love! i love it! ❤ thank you for visiting my blog.

Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: