Monday, August 22, 2011

Tie Dye

New curtain
Tie dyed & sewed a linen panel for my one of my studio windows this morning.
Window Ledge
Love that it looks like stained glass. I might have to make more for the other windows.
Rubber block scraps
This is the drawer where I keep all the rubber block leftovers from my bigger projects (aka my book for Lark). I plan to make lots of little stamps with them.

21 Lovely Comments:

Blogger Lydia Deetz said...

Hi Geninne! Where do you buy those large rubber blocks?
best, ana

8/22/2011 8:25 AM  
Anonymous Rendell said...

I love the tie dye. The blue is gorgeous. Is there a certain dye that you use? Love the stamp scraps too, I've got some big pieces that need to be carved so I too can have some scraps. You are forever inspiring.

8/22/2011 8:51 AM  
Blogger Tam Hess said...

I just love your studio!

8/22/2011 9:20 AM  
Blogger nicole said...

Gorgeous! I think a little panel like this would look great in my "new" kitchen. I may just steal this idea.

8/22/2011 10:30 AM  
Blogger barbara@sparrowavenue said...

did you just spill the beans?

beautiful indigo; it makes your studio look so cool

8/22/2011 1:00 PM  
Blogger Colleen MacDonald said...

GORGEOUS!!

8/22/2011 1:24 PM  
Anonymous Suz said...

Oh that just looks so pretty. And the view over the trees out of your window is just so gorgeous. You are so inspirational.

8/22/2011 2:02 PM  
Blogger se7en said...

Really lovely!!! I think I a desk with a beautiful window to work at!!!

8/22/2011 3:26 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

This blog IS JUST AMAZING!
So well constructed and beautiful
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8/22/2011 9:22 PM  
Blogger Jan | Poppytalk said...

Love the panels Geninne, are they the one's you made at Margie's?

8/22/2011 11:58 PM  
Anonymous Christian fine art said...

I really like the decoration of your studio.I can see beautiful view out of your window and i think you can also get ideas from that for some good work.Well i forget to introduce myself.I am a christian fine art artist and searching some work for me.

8/23/2011 12:22 AM  
OpenID christinemyoung said...

You get such great light in your studio! Love the panel :)

8/23/2011 6:19 AM  
Blogger Mandi said...

Beautiful!

8/23/2011 7:10 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Your studio is so beautiful. Where did you get your darling mushrooms?

8/23/2011 8:37 AM  
Blogger Geninne said...

Thank you so much everyone :)

@Lydia Deetz: I used to buy them online at http://www.dickblick.com/products/staedtler-mastercarve-artist-carving-blocks/ but they've been out of stock for months so I started using these: http://www.dickblick.com/products/speedball-speedy-carve-blocks/

@barbara@sparrowavenue: I spilled the bean a few months ago :)

@Jan|Poppytalk: Thanks! I only made a t-shirt at Margie's. I dyed this panel yesterday.

@Anonymus: Thank you :) I made those little mushrooms a few years ago inspired by the goegrous ones Stephanie Congdon Barnes used to make http://www.flickr.com/photos/littlebirds/370900344/in/set-72157594503498879

8/23/2011 8:56 AM  
Blogger O'Melly said...

Your space is just completely peaceful looking! I admire your organization! Mine's a disaster. *on the to-do list*

8/23/2011 11:22 AM  
Blogger Margie Oomen said...

love the window

8/23/2011 8:44 PM  
Blogger tableandtop.com said...

Love the studio space!

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8/24/2011 7:12 AM  
Blogger Else M Tennessen said...

What is the title of your Lark book? Love all your work! :)

8/24/2011 12:42 PM  
Blogger Laura said...

The flowers on your window...so pretty!

8/24/2011 6:50 PM  
Anonymous Johanna said...

Love the dye! Please please please can you show us how you made it? From the dying to the "putting-up" of the curtain?! Pretty please :)

8/28/2011 1:28 PM  

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