Wednesday, 25 April 2012

KitchenAid inspiration.....



One of the exercises I had the women at my workshop do last weekend was to piece a kitchenAid.  7 kitchenAids by seven women.  Starting in the top row at the left and going clockwise is Tara, Randi, Jessica, Melodee, Ruth, Lisa, and Carmen

I love how I can see everyone's personality in their fabric choices.
Tara, bold a just a little bit edgy
Randi, simply sweet
Jessica, joyful and adventurous
Melodee, simple and precise
Ruth, soft and inviting
Lisa, unequivocal and undaunted
Carmen, fearless and fun

I am so proud of each and every one of them, didn't they do a fantastic job?

Very, very nice work ladies!! 

22 comments:

  1. Is there a group noun for a gathering of KitchenAids? They look great x

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  2. Ladies I am loving these and how your personalities shine through!

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  3. These are so wonderful!!! Love the pink one!! ;) xo Heather

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  4. It looks like a quilty version of a kitchen reality show. Very nice.

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  5. Awesome all of them!! I would like to have real ones like that.hah.ahah.a.

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  6. It's always to see how different people interpret the same pattern. Personality tends to shine through!

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    1. It is a lovely exercise seeing them all in a group and looking at the variety

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  7. I can't get over how cute it is to see all these lovely kitchen aids together! Love that you mentioned everyone's personality! I had fun going back and forth the picture and the list ;)

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  8. Oh, they all turned out so nice. And, I love Kerry's response ~ 'a stir of kitchenaids'~ teehee

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    1. I did wonder about a 'mix' of kitchenaids too!

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  9. They do look so nice together, don't they? I still get a little giddy when I see mine! :)

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  10. Just love these motifs! I recently started sewing and really admire your work. Great color play, too!

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    1. the women at the workshop really outdid themselves with their creations, didn't they?

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