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la casita se abre y es un libro para contar historias

This is the page I send to Els, she had problems with uploading the photo. A 'forget-me-not' sun and a bit of her own fabric for the house, which se send me after we made the first page.

The house opens to a little book to symbolize that in this 'challenge' we opened our heart and 'houses' to each other to tell our stories.

The house opens to a little book to symbolize that in this 'challenge' we opened our heart and 'houses' to each other to tell our stories.

Marike Kooi : Picture 2.... Cover

Marike Kooi : Picture 2.... Cover

Marian Hensing: Pages

Marian Hensing: Pages

My pages sofar.  The front sides on the left, the pieces of fabric for the back (with the writing on) it to the right. The two at the bottom also have fabric for the back, but they're still without any writing on it. (another page in the making  ;-) .... )

My pages sofar. The front sides on the left, the pieces of fabric for the back (with the writing on) it to the right.

fiberrainbow

fiberrainbow

fiberrainbow

fiberrainbow

Reante Tillack: Complete cover

Reante Tillack: Complete cover

I decided to make the little house into a book, especially so I could add some writing for my swap partner Els. The velllum pages with forget-me-knots  were snippers she send me early in the challenge.

I decided to make the little house into a book, especially so I could add some writing for my swap partner Els. The velllum pages with forget-me-knots were snippers she send me early in the challenge.

The back of page 5 incorperating a Dutch stamp with a house. Kiama was born in the Netherlands. Her Dutch grandfather was a grower, hence the 'apple tree'. The little pieces of fabric were leftovers from a dress I made her when she was a toddler.

The back of page 5 incorperating a Dutch stamp with a house. Kiama was born in the Netherlands. Her Dutch grandfather was a grower, hence the 'apple tree'. The little pieces of fabric were leftovers from a dress I made her when she was a toddler.

Kitti Steffen

Kitti Steffen

THE FABRIC OF MEDITATION - SARA LECHNER'S BLOG

This little Angel stands on his feet. It is hand stitched with small pearls and has a mother of pearl button.

I made 2 separate figures with wire inserted in their bodies. The felt and fabrics I used were remnants from the first challenge. They loosely present my daughters, Ilana and Kiama. Kiama, who died in 2012 has the forget-me-not fabric I was given by a fellow artist.

I made 2 separate figures with wire inserted in their bodies. The felt and fabrics I used were remnants from the first challenge. They loosely present my daughters, Ilana and Kiama. Kiama, who died in 2012 has the forget-me-not fabric I was given by a fellow artist.

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