Ravelly Followers


If you are a "non-responder or OpenID-er" which to me means I have no way of responding to a comment that you've left, please leave a way for me to get in touch with you, especially if you're participating in a blog give-away or if you are asking for information or links.
By leaving your email within your comment, I can find you. I realize that this is sometimes a scary thing to do with scams and all but if you disguise the email as say.....
me at yahoo dot com
this is the perfect way to hide from the unwanted eye. So please help me out if you are one of the non-responders.
Thank you, in advance.....Ravelly Rhonda!!

Jun 9, 2014

Monday, Monday

Don't forget to get counted for my "big give-away" by commenting HERE!

It's Design Wall Monday, again and I've been cleaning for the give-away but I did get in some design work for a mug rug that I'll be giving away one of these days.

I love making silhouettes.
Can you tell it's a dog??

Next, I did a silhouette of "The Duke" John Wayne.
On this particular one, I worked from the bottom up.

Remember, I'm using my favorite fabric adhesive, Steam-a-Seam, which
 I should have bought stock in.....LOL

It's easy cutting the tiny pieces because I using small scissors.
The dark handle scissors at the bottom 4th from the left, is my favorite but I'll use any of the smaller one at any given time.

I also use straight pins and tweezers to aid in placement.

I know this will be hard to believe but working on projects like this is therapeutic to me. I can't think of anything but what I'm working on and when I get my favorite radio station going, well it doesn't get any better than that. Plus, it's just plane fun!!

So far "The Duke" measures about 9 by 11 inches. I don't know if I'll add a border. This is one of those times I'll need to think about it.
All fabrics came from my stash. I haven't shopped for fabric is months. I can't believe that myself but it's true.

Make sure to pop over to Judy's to see what everyone else is doing.


Gene Black said...

Wow, those silhouettes are looking good!

Holee said...

I had a hard time seeing a dog until I saw it with the red. My favorite dog was an Eskie. I wonder what it would look like in reverse...black background with a white dog? Hmmm, I might have to try that. John is looking pretty dapper! I've missed your work...glad to see you posting again.

Patty Howe said...

You are so GOOD! How do you find the patterns, or do you make them yourself. I am amazed.

Ramona said...

Wow! It must be so much fun to watch your silhouettes grow and become what you have in mind. They are wonderful! And I could not see the dog until you pointed it out. So cool!

Sue Daurio said...

wow, incredible silhouettes. I can't even imagine doing this.

Linda M @ Pieceful Kingdom said...

Those are amazing! Beautiful work!

Needled Mom said...

That is amazing! You have really done an incredible likeness to the great man.

Tammy said...

Love the Duke. You allways amaze me with your talent.

Gari in AL said...

I cannot visualize silhouettes until someone else makes them and then they just jump off the page. I was given an eagle's head silhouette pattern once and really enjoyed putting it together but I would never have been able to draw it out myself. Great going.

Carmen y Prady said...

Increible¡¡¡¡¡¡, es una maravilla.
Un beso

Kate said...

Love your silhouettes!

Lline said...

Didn't see the dog at first. I saw a little girl with a ponytail holding a pie high over her head handing it to (grand)mother. That was before the red was added. I still am having a hard time holding the dog in my mind. Reminds me of the drawing that is either a vase or two women looking at each other. It keeps bouncing between the two. Good Work.

Guilitta said...

I'm sorry, but I don´t see the dog. I think I'm blind, because as I read the comments to see the others him yes! But the Duke is perfect! You amaze me again and again with your amazing ​​talent.
Greeting Guilitta

Kristie said...

Oh wow! Beautiful work!

Ruth Oblinski said...

I would love to get more information on how you go about cresting a silhouette.


Don't count the days, make the days count!


H2H 2013 logo


Related Posts with Thumbnails