It’s the first day of a new month which means it’s time for a new sketchbook challenge theme. I got to pick the theme for this month (my first time picking a theme!) and I chose:
So the first thing that probably comes to mind when you see the word [...]
Well the hop is officially over and I’d like to thank everyone who took the time to visit all the blogs and leave comments. I read every single one on every single blog in the hop! For those of you who have bought a copy of the book (thank you!),drop me a line and [...]
I have been experimenting with different sketching apps on my Ipad and found one I really like using. It’s called Paper by FiftyThree. Here’s a couple of recent ones I’ve done and that I’m pretty sure are going to end up being turned into quilts:
You can see some of the fruits [...]
Leslie picked the theme for May over at the sketchbook challenge…
The theme for May is:Fruits &Veggies
Pop over to the Sketchbook Challenge for all the details!
A new sketchbook challenge theme that is! Jane LaFazio is the theme chooser for March 2012 on the sketchbook challenge blog and she chose:
Get all the details about this months theme and the great prizes up for grabs on the Sketchbook Challenge Blog here.
It’s hard to believe that the Sketchbook Challenge is a year old already! Diana Trout is kicking off our second year with a really fun theme for January:
*Doodling* “Non Threatening Drawing for Anyone At All”Get all the details and some tips on getting started on the Sketchbook Challenge here. [...]
then it’s time to start thinking about and getting ready for my trip to Houston for the Quilt Festival. I will be spending some time in the Mistyfuse booth doing some demo’s and talking about how I use Mistyfuse and I hope if you’re going to be there you’ll come by and say hello. While [...]
The first Sketchbook Challenge E-zine is now available for purchase!
Available for download right now for only $9.99!
The Sketchbook Challenge E-zine is 83 full color pages of creativity,inspiration and projects! Click here to peek inside!
What you’ll find inside…Learn how to draw a pinecone with Jane LaFazio [...]
before it gets turned into a book:
This is the finished manuscript for my book – all 29,000 words of it printed on 148 pages. I’d like to tell you what it’s all about but unfortunately I can’t. I can tell you that thanks to
Carol Sloan,Jane Davies,Leslie Tucker Jenison,Lynn Krawczyk,[...]
Jamie picked the theme for March on the Sketchbook Challenge blog:
Spilling Over by Jamie Fingall is drawn with a Parker Fountain Pen and colored in with Crayola Washable Markers. Ransom lettering from magazines and newspapers spells out the words.
I am loving this theme and I can’t wait to see what everyone [...]