Sunday, November 29, 2009

Question: What would you like to see at Subversive Stitchers?


Virginia Spiegel's Blue Waters shown here reminds me that all things are possible as we drift through this life. My thoughts turn to 2010 and I'm wondering about Subversive Stitchers: Women Armed with Needles. What direction should it flow in 2010?

So, I ask you, who have been a part of this fun ride thus far, "What would you like to see, or would rather NOT see? Whose work would you like to see posted here or what guest blogger are you dying to hear from?"

Please let me know your ideas or feelings or wish list for Subversive Stitchers!

I'm also wondering about a logo for Subversive Stitchers? Any thoughts or drawings or ideas are definitely welcome. Maybe a contest?

Thanks so much. I've had such a pleasure meeting and interacting and sharing with all of you. I'm looking forward to the next year and hope you are too!

Dawn

10 comments:

Cheryl said...

"Subversive" implies that it is part of the subversive craft movement. I like the idea of "underground and non mainstream" quilting. Just my 2 cents!

zquilts said...

I always like to see or participate in group or round robin 'subversive' (ie-different) quilts. It's been a very interesting blog all the time though!

ann said...

I would like it to occur at the same time each week or month. I like looking at the quilt collection each Monday and look forward to that. It is a lot of work to have something every week. I know since I started posting a recipe every weekend, I'm always thinking about the next one.

I would like to especially see artists, fiber artists and quilt artists that are not a part of Quiltart. How you find those folks I do not know. Or if a part of Quiltart, ones that do not have their own blogs and sites already.

I also find inspirational photos really great IF they are open for use.

Remember, it is your blog. It should be F U N for you!

Beth Wheeler said...

Dang Dawn! You're doing a fantabulous job now. So, more of the same... little windows into the work and lives of the names we know or need to know. :-)

Ruth Anne Olson said...

I agree with Ann and Beth.

Gayle Pritchard said...

The title of your blog is what drew me to it in the first place. I don't always have the time to keep up with all the blogs I want to follow every week, but I think your postings are truly a window into new and interesting things. Thanks for all the time you put in. I look forward to reading what inspires you in 2010.

Caron said...

I love what this blog is already... But what about having a set pattern and having different people create a quilt with that same pattern, and show the variations that take place? For example, Snails Trails...

Maddie Can Fly said...

Just keep doing what you're doing -- love this blog.

juanita said...

Love what you are doing. It inspires me to keep thinking outside the box.

EileenKNY said...

I love the interviews because they let us see the artists' creative processes.
I'm looking forward to more of the same in 2010.