Thursday, March 2, 2017

Happy Girl's Day


Tanya's post reminded me that today is the day.


This table runner is too narrow to protect my coffee table so has found a place on the sliding door.

Actually it might make a nice hanging for a tokonoma ... if I had one...
Even my wall space is limited.


I take no credit other than the quilting as it is made from a printed panel.
























The other day I finished off turning the yellow borders on my first Mola attempt.

Though I went about it the wrong way, in the end, I don't think it would have worked any better the "right" way.

Now that sun will sit staring at me while I try something else and think how I might be able to put it to use.






Last night I sketched out something more to try.



This is a design I drew long ago to use on my ceremonial medicine pouch ...

The two animals representing my spirit helpers ...

The turtle from my childhood, and the owl now present.

I am thinking of trying using a wider selection of color this time.

Maybe I can find a use on some of my ceremonial regalia ... though the colors in the first piece don't really go with white, blue and brown.

13 comments:

  1. Even made from a panel, that table runner is so elegant,it will be so lovely on your coffee table... and your Mola is beautiful and stunning ! How interesting that ceremonial m├ędicine pouch ! What does that mean ? Can you tell us more about it ?
    Tahnks, dear julie.

    XOXOXOXO
    Nadine

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  2. Love your table runner, and the Mola, bright and what a design. That is one thing I will definitely give a miss.

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  3. That is an unusual design for the Hina dolls; the empress is sitting a step lower than her husband!
    Your sun Mola is fantastic, as will the native American design be when it is stitched up. How many colours are you planning to use?

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  4. Love how your mola came out and the new design, can't wait to see how it comes out.

    Debbie

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  5. The panel is lovely and would look great hanging up.
    Great finish on stitching your mola.
    I like the idea of your design for next time.

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  6. We have a set of Hina decoration but I can't remember when we had it out last time. Probably days before we had a cat.
    I love the sun you made. It reminds me Taro Okamoto. Very much looking forward to your next project.

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  7. The mola is stunning. I think you could make the colours work with white, blue and brown. I'll be interested to see your spirit design sewn up.

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  8. Your projects are always so interesting. I think you did a great job on that mola.

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  9. I like your sun mola design. I can't wait to see the owl and turtle mola!

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  10. That might be a panel Julie but I love it! The colors are vibrant and beautiful! blessings, marlene

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  12. HI Julie, we love the mola ! It has so much spunk and personality - well done ! Looking forward to seeing your other projects. Take care, with hugs and blessings, from Marina and Daryl Lynn

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