I'm taking maps from the archives and turning them into bold modern art for your home. On my new website, Modern Vintage Maps, you can play with the color palette. I print these maps on real cotton linen canvas which I stretch over a solid wood frame, just like an actual piece of artwork for a gallery or studio. The result is a unique piece of art that is sure to start a conversation in whatever room it occupies.
I built a sit-stand sewing workstation. It's a sturdy large surface with a recess for my sewing machine and plenty of space for cutting and ironing. Read the post to learn about the process, the specs and the costs involved!
I was thrilled to be included in this year's #whatshadeareyou blog hop with RJR Fabrics. I made a beautiful blue and white quilt with their Cotton Supreme Solids. The color palette was inspired by my travels in Central Asia almost a decade ago. The designis an original paper patter based on a traditional Islamic geometric motif that featurestwelve-, eight- and six-pointed stars.
Yesterday, I got sucked down a rabbit hole of pre-Instagram photos I took while traveling through Central Asia. Here are some photos that I'm drawing inspiration from at the moment that I took ten years ago. Some old Soviet cars, and older beautiful architecture. Blues, teals, reds. Take me back?