Thursday, 17 February 2011

I can show you my Fair Lady

Here in the magazine - Patchwork & Stitching

Issue Vol. 11 No. 10 is my design ‘Fair Lady’.

Fair Lady

Fair Lady in Magazine

I am over the moon with her as she is very special to me. I made her dress with gathered fabric and edged it in lace. There is embroidery and I also used Prismacolor pencils to colour in the top half of the lady. This is incorporating decorative painting into the design which was great to do as I used to do a lot of Folk Art & Decorative Painting.

Quilting, Patchwork and sewing took over that. Here is a close up of the coloured in areas.

Close up of colouring in

I will have this available as a PDF pattern very soon.

I have been working on my website for my ‘The Pickledish Patch’ store plus getting in some stock for it and organising lots and lots of pictures.

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I am getting excited about going to Brisbane next month and its not long to go now…

14 days!!!

Do you see the little button up on the right hand side of my blog? Its just above the Compassionate Friends button. That tells me how long until I fly off to Brissie… Started to pack my things and got some outfits sorted out. A lot of organising has been happening.

Can’t wait to meet everyone who are coming along to the morning at the park (GJ Walters Park at Cleveland) and I am very excited about that. *big smile*

Back to doing this website for my store.

hugs to all…….Vicki

19 lovely people said....:

Allie said...

Oh sweetie - she is just gorgeous!!! What a lovely lady. You clever girl you! I'm so excited for you going to Brisbane, for all of you, and I can't tell you how much I wish I was coming too! Pack your cameras full of pictures to show us!

Anna Rosa Designs said...

Hi Vicki,
Gosh, 'My Fair Lady' is just gorgeous. Funny, I've been painting one on a calico bag and intend on adding embellishments.
Congratulations on the publication, you deserve it with all your hard work.
Have a great day,
Hugs,
Anna

Barb said...

You should be over the moon and mars too...that is awesome!!

Mamacessories said...

Just gorgeous! I love it, I only wish I could get the magazine here in the States easily. I can't wait until she is available for purchase in your shop!
Maria

Quiltin' Sandy said...

Absolutely beautiful, Vicki! :)

Susan said...

A very pretty lady indeed! 14 days - its a bit like counting sleep til Christmas. I do it when my retreat gets close, so I must see how I can put it on my blog too. C U soon Vicki!!

teresa said...

Wow Vicki, she is so lovely. Congratulations on being in the magazine.... she is so special. How exciting for you and I am already thinking of making her, and what lace to use ha ha!!!! SEE YOU IN 14 DAYS..... WOO HOO....XX

Terry said...

She's beautiful Vicki! How exciting to be going to Brisbane! I can't wait to hear all about it! :0)

QUILTING IS BLISSFUL, DI said...

I love that "lovely lady" and in all her blue and lace--how sweet--way to go girl!!!
Hugs,Di

KaHolly said...

How wonderful of you to have your beautiful creation in the magazine!! Have fun counting down the days and anticipating your trip! ~karen

Phyllis said...

Oh she is so sweet and vintagey (is that a word?)!!

Congratulations of being published :)

Karen's Korner said...

She certainly is a fair lady. Well done she is just gorgeous.

Quilt Kitty said...

Another beautiful project Vickie. Can't wait to see your store! xx

Penny said...

Totally gorgeous! Love it!

Marilyn said...

yes I agree. She is beautiful. I will be checking out that magazine for sure.
Looking forward to seeing you in Brisbane too.

Joy said...

Yay for you dear Vicki!!!! And she looks so gawjus tucked in those pages too!!
I've put a countdown on my blog too ... getting exciting now :o)!!
Love n hugs,
Joy ;o)

Margarita said...

Very Pretty Lady Vickie.

John'aLee said...

Vickie....that is soooo cute! Good job!

Ulla's Quilt World said...

Hi! Greetings from Finland! Your quilts are so fantastic! It's so nice to find other quilters all around the world! www.quiltworld2.blogspot.com
Yours, Ulla