Art inspires art – a lace exhibit

Last weekend, I had the opportunity to return for a second visit to an amazing exhibit at an art museum. I was first here, the Hunterdon Art Museum, in Clinton, NJ, back in September, for the opening of "Lace not Lace: Contemporary Fiber Art from Lacemaking Techniques." It is the first exhibit of its kind... Continue Reading →

A step in my designing career

I was all prepared for what I was going to write about this morning, but plans changed when I discovered something last night (so that planned topic will just get pushed off until next time...) As I think my readers know, I design cross stitch, canvaswork, and blackwork patterns and sell them as WorksByABC.  (Yes,... Continue Reading →

Woodlawn Needlework Exhibit

This needlework piece of mine holds a particularly special place in my heart: It is "Wheels of Color", designed by Genny Morrow. It was the first real canvaswork piece I ever did.  It was the first time I worked on stretcher bars - even learned what they were.  It was the needlework piece that I... Continue Reading →

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