Wednesday, March 19, 2014

woo hoo!

It felt (no pun intended) pretty awesome to open up the new issue of Fiber Art Now and see some familiar lumpy, stitchy forms inside.


And the cover coordinates so nicely with the stone I'm working on.

My happy moment of the day.  Hope you get plenty of happy moments today too.



12 comments:

Michelle said...

That's fantastic – and well-deserved!

June Caedmon said...

Wonderful, Lisa! So excited for you - your beautiful work deserves recognition!

Kristy M said...

Hi Lisa-so far today my happy moment was when the UPS man delivered me a box of wool roving!yay! congrats for getting in that magazine! That is so cool- I am going to get that magazine and check it out! Have a happy day!

scrapiana said...

Oh, how lovely! Well don, Lisa. That's pretty much the high point of my day too. Extremely happy for you. :D

~mel said...

Woo Hoo is right! You should be proud. Enjoy your moment:) and thanks for sharing.

Ariadne Skyrianidou said...

Love love love it! Congrats!AriadnefromGreece!

Little Treasures said...

Wherever I clicked today I was greeted by your enchanting stitched stones! Congrats on the feature!

Quinn said...

Congratulations! And having an image on the index page is a bonus...it will be seen over and over again! :)

colette barish said...

That's AWESOME!
I love those colors. and now I want to embroider something. I love inspiration!

Sonia / Cozy Memories said...

Well done, you ! Congratulations for the feature ! It looked awesome ! xoxo

Sofia/MªRosalia/Raúl said...

Allo..
I'm in love with your work...
Everything is so beautiful...
Where can I find the revue? Only in Usa?
Hugs
Maria Rosalia

ARTISUN said...

Not surprised, your work is incredible. I have to tell you what I did yesterday. Ever since reading that you are participating in the Art-O-Matic found out where there is one in my area so yesterday I drove down to Costa Mesa to a place called the Living Room Salon and found a machine there. But so sadly, there where no boxes from you. The guy there told me they only refill the machine about every year or so. But the concept is so cool, to be able to get art out of a vending machine. So I ended up with two other artist's works, no where near as extraordinary as yours. :) Deb

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