Sunday, May 16, 2010

fruits of my videos.

Roberta from Groveland, MA made this after watching my fabric videos.



This was made by Annie from the Netherlands.  I am just thrilled to see this work that came from the videos.  

22 comments:

  1. It is a fulfilling feeling! and well deserved :) these are truly beautiful pieces you've helped to inspire...

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  2. Beautiful work!!! Isn't it amazing how it makes one feel to see what you have inspired, thru your teaching and amazing generosity!!!!
    Art On!!!!

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  3. This is awesome work, and I see what she's saying about you being inspiring!! I love your work!! You are amazing!

    Greetings from Oslo

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  4. I'm on my second one, Teesha. I'm having all kinds of fun using my leftover scraps from my art quilts to make these....

    Sharon at e14studio

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  5. Ooops, my previous link won't work, try this:


    Sharon's journal

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  6. Teesha, you are truly inspire.
    lOve the project.
    http://mescrap.blogspot.com/2010/05/peek-at-finished-fabric-cover.html

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  7. Anonymous11:13 PM

    Teesha, that e-mail came from me and meanwhile I have made my second journal!
    Thank you again for this tutorial.
    best, Annie - the Netherlands

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  8. Those are amazing! I really want to try this technique soon ... just need to straighten my studio so I can get to the fabric LOL!

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  9. I loved your video and have posted an art quilt on my blog. I made the quilt using your techniques. Thank you for the inspiration. Your work is so bright and beautiful.

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  10. Oh I love these...and I did indeed start mine the night I first viewed your videos...not complete yet, but it is coming along!

    Thanks again for your generous sharing!

    http://susanpjg.blogspot.com/2010/05/my-next-art-journal.html

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  11. This must be so rewarding for you. They did a great job. Thanks for inspiring us.

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  12. oh WOW! Beautiful! I'm still working on mine. Going to school full-time so I can only fit little minutes in here and there. This is mega inspiring though. I hope more people send you photos!

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  13. Have my pillows stuffed and ready to do the handwork, which will do on the way to Minnesota!!!!!!!
    Thank you for the tutorial.

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  14. Wow! You are quite and inspiration. Those are amazingly beautiful. The color, texture and designs are all perfect. I will always enjoy your talk about art and inspirations.

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  15. Wow! You are quite and inspiration. Those are amazingly beautiful. The color, texture and designs are all perfect. I will always enjoy your talk about art and inspirations.

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  16. marvellous it must be great for you when you see what others do with your inspiration as a starting point

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  17. I'm in the middle of my Teesha Pocket project (a purse) and having soooooo much fun! Can't wait to share when it's done! Teesha, you rock!!!!

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  18. allmimsey5:59 PM

    Just wanted to share my first try after watching the video....I used paper towel and did just one for the front of a mini journal. Thanks for the great ideas and wonderful video tutorials!!
    http://allmimsey.wordpress.com/2010/06/02/things-ive-been-up-to/

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  19. Hi Teesha,
    my work is still not finished, but i thought you might like to know how mush your videos inspired me...Have a look at my flickr pages to so what I have done so far...;-)
    Thank you so much!!!

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  20. thanks so much for the videos! i just saw them tonight and already made a tiny journal. it's kind of an addicting technique, isn't it?
    i've been wanting to learn for sooo long...

    thanks for being inspiring :)

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  21. http://mwlzarah.blogspot.com/2010/06/tiny.html

    :)

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