Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Happy 2009!

I want to wish all of my readers a Happy Safe and Creative 2009! Thank you for reading my blog ,leaving your comments and thoughts and just being my friends! Thank you for your support of my books and cd's and my fabric and even the occasional quilt purchase.

I am afraid 2008 has ended with another sting in the tail- the new old car that I bought as back up is having starter motor problems. So here is hoping it will get to town so I can get it fixed.

I have had several people email me and ask whether 72 More Ways book was a second edition of my first book 72 Ways. It isn't - it is an entirely new book with entirely new ideas for machine quilting/stitching.

I have been stitching and stitching on my tears/lozenge piece as I was determined to finish it before the new year started so I can start on something fresh for 2009.It's all done now and it's for sale if anyone is interested .It measures 18 inches by 12 inches ( 45 cm by 30 cm) and is entirely stiched by hand.
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7 comments:

Rebecca said...

Dijanne,

your tears/lozenge/ornament piece is beautiful. How much is it?

Happy New Year!

maggi said...

Love the tears/lozenge piece. Hope the car gets better soon and that 2009 is a good one for you.

Sue said...

Wishing you and yours a very happy, healthy, creative and contented 2009. I also hope it brings you better luck, and that he car makes it.

Frances said...

I love the tear drop piece but am so sorry to hear about the car, wishing best thoughts for the coming year,

Judy said...

Hi! Dijanne,

The hand quilting really makes your Tear Drop piece. Cars can be such a nuisance wehter they are old or new, hope you get better soon.

meanderingmuse said...

This is gorgeous Dijanne....thankyou for your comments via Soulfood re my textile pieces. I have returned to my first love and aim to concentrate fully on textiles this year and, well, for the forseeable future.
Wishing you well in everything you do and much happiness and peace in 2009.
Jill

Margaret Almon said...

The 72 More Ways cover is so cool--all the different textures laid out. I am inspired to see what I can do in mosaic.