Monday, November 12, 2007

Interviewed

My friend Lori Pickert
at the Inspiration Boards blog
just posted a really fun interview with me,
You can read it by clicking here.
Thank you Lori,
it was an honor to be interviewed by such a
smart and sweet friend like you!
I whipped up these really easy single panel curtains
for my bedroom this weekend
with some gorgeous Echino fabric
by Etsuko Furuya.

13 Lovely Comments:

Blogger Ihhh said...

I'll be visiting your blog again, that's for sure!
/Sara, Sweden

11/12/2007 12:37 PM  
Blogger Ale said...

Hola Geninne!! Vine a quedarme ciega de tanta belleza que hay por aquì. Eres una mamà muy talentosa, que tambièn està heredàndo el arte a sus hijos. Yo tengo tambièn 2 hijitas,una de 7 y otra de 9. Estuvimos felices viendo sus obras, volvemos pronto por màs!! Por cierto, te quedaron preciosos los tìteres de deditos..Nos encantaron!! Toditititito!!!

Pronto regresamos a deleitarnos con màs!!

Un fuerte abrazo y toda nuestra admiraciòn desde la vecindad...Guatemala!!!

Ale

11/12/2007 12:42 PM  
Blogger Célia Jordão Alves said...

Nice curtains!

11/12/2007 1:45 PM  
Blogger Ale said...

Como veo que te encantan las aves, regresè para darte el nombre de un libro muy bueno de Sherry Nelson, "Pàjaros de jardìn" de editorial Albatros. Espero que te guste si en caso no lo tienes aùn!!!

Te espero en mi casita!!
Hasta pronto!

Ale

11/12/2007 6:13 PM  
Blogger Lori Pickert said...

i love love echino fabric. i have a panel i just coo over and pet and never use for anything because then i wouldn't have it anymore.

geninne, i will follow you around the internet saying THANK YOU for letting me interview you. :^)

xoxoxo

11/12/2007 6:37 PM  
Blogger KnitOneQuiltTooKristin said...

Very nice interview! I love to look at the way your studio is decorated. Did you make the wall boards or buy them? I want to make some, but I'm still not sure what type of material to use as the base.

11/12/2007 11:26 PM  
Blogger Christiane said...

Those curtains look lovely, so does your studio, and there's sunshine!!! It's so cold and wet in London it's unbelievable.

11/13/2007 3:58 AM  
Blogger Geninne said...

Thank you so much friends, you are so sweet :)

Kristin: The wall panels are metal magnet boards I bought in IKEA a looooong time ago and I just recently covered them with cotton/linen fabric. I used book-binders glue (PVA glue) to stick the fabric to the metal board. Your could also cover homasote wallboard (they sell it Lowes and Homedepot) with fabric and use pins instead of magnets...
Hope that's helpful :)

11/13/2007 7:21 AM  
Blogger Geek+Nerd said...

Geninne - I'm visiting because I read the interview on Inspiration Boards. What a lovely blog/flickr account you have. (I think that I favorited half of the pictures that you have up on Flickr!) You seem very colorful and inspiring - I'll definitely be a returning visitor.

Cheers, Sarah aka Geek+Nerd

11/13/2007 8:25 AM  
Blogger flora said...

Geninne, I really enjoyed reading the interview. Your home is so warm and beautiful. I laughed when I read the part that you said you are extremely curious and like to know how things are made, because I am just the same way. Reading your blog has became a great source of enjoyment of my daily life. Thanks for your beautiul works and hope your dream of owning a shop with your hubby will come true as soon as possible!! : )

11/13/2007 8:47 AM  
Blogger Field Notes said...

Your home is a wonderful mix of natural and created beauty. I love how you display your artwork throughout your home in a way that is warm and inviting and totally uncluttered.

11/13/2007 12:25 PM  
Anonymous Géh said...

Belo studio!

11/14/2007 5:00 AM  
Blogger KnitOneQuiltTooKristin said...

Thanks for the tip on the boards!

11/16/2007 11:44 PM  

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