Catherine Whall Smith . . . is busy in her studio!

Hope everyone had a “Happy Thanksgiving” and is enjoying the “left-overs”. Which reminds me of my fabric scrap “left-overs” – from all of the pieces that I created for my “Transfusion” series. Here are a few photos of what’s happening on my design wall.

A MESSY process, but it works for me as I work through the visual of each section of each piece. My plan (at this point) is to create 3 individual sections that will be joined by small sections of the Karen Lewis “kite tails” fabric that I have used in all the pieces in this series. Size TBD – this first section will probably be 36H x 36W.

I’ve printed lots of images in various sizes of my skeleton photo – but I just auditioned a few of them and realize I need to print more – just slightly smaller to fit the dotted strips that I will be using in the second section. So Stay Safe! Enjoy the “Leftovers” food or fabric related!!! Smith Stitch Studio!

NOTE: This week, I will be hanging the final “Chaplin 2022 Bicentennial Quilt” and two small fiber Art pieces; one of a home on Chaplin Street, and one of the Chaplin Congregational Church and will up-date my blog soon https://catherinewhallsmith.com/blog-2/ .

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About Catherine Whall Smith

Fiber Artist working with contemporary textiles.
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1 Response to Catherine Whall Smith . . . is busy in her studio!

  1. Susan Knight Ober says:

    Wonder art. Think of you often.

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