Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Yarn Painting: Happy Place

In order to complete the yarn painting (see yesterday's post for more details), I made a little quilt sandwich and added some small pieces of batting strategically for dimension. I then quilted it. And signed it. And framed it, sort of. With binding. That was a challenge because the edge was very crooked in places. So the frame is crooked in places too. But that gives it personality, right? You see all that personality there?...

And finally, Lo named the little yarn painting. He baptized it 'Happy Place'. And, well, I liked it.

Here it is all done!

P.S. You'll notice how I've participated in the "Get Your Craft On Tuesday" over at Today's Creative Blog. Go check out all the amazing projects and the people out there doing them!


  1. I love it Michelle! It is a work of art. Where did you sign it? I think you squared it up really well. That was the trouble I saw in framing it since it was rather uneven.

  2. Really nice! You are a whirlwind of creativity!

  3. I think it looks amazing!!! I love it!!!

  4. That's amazing! Thanks so much for linking.

  5. This is so cool, Michele! What a wonderful, lively bit of happiness!

  6. WHAT? How cool is that. I've never seen yarn painting before. You've got something going here! I came to your blog from, well, frankly I'm not sure. BUT I'm glad I did.

    Great post. I'm following you now.

  7. Great work. Your creativity seems endless!

  8. I am in love. Thanks for sharing. I will be collecting onion bags now.

  9. Well that is quite amazing! Veggie mesh bags and yarn scraps, who'da thunk? It looks fantastic.


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