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In & Out of Studio 3D
Thursday, 31 December 2015
15 Favorites of 2015
Topic: Multi-Technique

This year, for the year-end wrapup, I decided to match the year with the number of projects to feature.

These are my favorite items I produced this year:

This is a display piece based on techniques taught by Tim Holtz in his 12 tags of 2015 series. This was the February project.

 

I had wanted to make a quilt of a bookcase for some time. I designed this one and constructed it using paper piecing. It is one of the banners I hang on the fireplace wall.

 

In March, I designed this quilt of cats in the window.

 

This was made in May from another of Tim Holtz's tag tutorials.

 

One of my favorite cards working from the OWH sketches.

 

This July creation came from the Tim Holtz tag tutorials.

 

This stamped card was going to be an entry for the fair but I ended up not entering anything.

 

A card using the September tutorial from Tim Holtz.

 

I love this duffel bag I made in September.

 

October's display piece made from Tim Holtz's tutorial.

 

A mystery quilt that ended up donated to the hospital.

 

Paper embroidery for a Christmas Card.

 

The November Tim Holtz tag tutorial turned into this.

 


A gift for friends based on a piece we saw in a shop window at the beach.

 

A watercolored Christmas card inspired by an online tutorial.

And that's it - 15 for '15.

Ddd


Posted by studio3d@ccgmail.net at 12:01 AM PST

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