Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Spirelli Designs

Today, I'll share one more link to a project that I often am asked about.  Spirelli art involves winding thread around an evenly divided shape and skipping points in a regular fashion to create an interesting pattern.  The finished shapes can be used as medallions on a card or as centers for more complicated designs.  You can visit my original post HERE to read all about making these colorful thread paintings. 

We flew home from San Francisco on Tuesday and arrived in Boston on a rainy night.  I am tired from all of the excitement but it was a wonderful wedding celebration.  Thanks to everyone for all of the wedding good wishes.

So many of you have been asking for photos - here is one of the matron of honor (sister of the bride) groom (our oldest son), bride and best man (brother of the groom and our younger son).  I will share some more wedding photos and wedding project photos over the next few days.  I also have some new products to try and I hope to unpack and get some crafting done today!

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  1. Diane, enjoyed the wedding pic, you must be exhausted. Rest, and we will catch up with you when you are up to it. Would love to see more pics.

  2. I'm sure you are tired from the wedding and travel. Thanks for the wedding pic. Can't wait to see more.

  3. Great picture! Thank you for sharing and I look forward to more...I bet you are exhausted...but what a wonderful time in your life!

  4. Wow, all grown up. Can't wait for more pictures.

  5. What a lovely wedding party! Your oldest looks just like Steve!!

  6. great pic...thanks for taking time to share with and relax and enjoy some me time...
    and we can see more pics of the wedding and the beautiful projects later.....

  7. What a beautiful family! Congratulations, once again! Can hardly wait to see more pictures!


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