Monday

the big journal catch up

I am very excited to report that I have caught up on my weekly journals, thank goodness! I really disliked being so behind, it makes me feel unsettled, crazy I know. Here are my journals from July and August - the travel months. 27{52} through 35{52}, here's a look at all of them together and a look at 31{52} through 35{53} separately as I didn't blog about them before. I think my trick of using the same background and same base materials has worked for keeping them in a series. I liked coming up with different ways of using the same supplies for each weeks journal, a good challenge for me. Take a look and tell me what you think!

31{52}
32{52}33{52}34{52}35{52}

7 comments:

Gerrie said...

I think they look terrific as a group, but each one is a little gem on its own.

Susan Schrott said...

Natalya
they are beautiful...somehow they have an autumn feel...perhaps the rich colors..lovely
susan

sukipoet said...

Wonderful, each one lovelier than the next. I like the color/background similarity. It's funny I was just thinking about your journal quilts and wondering if you were able to keep them going through the travels and school prep excitement. Blessings, Suki

Cestandrea said...

Natalia, Wonderful just wonderful, I like the neat little stitches forming circles or rivers, holding it all together. It is whimsical and like minilandscapes, so beautiful,
love
Andrea

my croft said...

Wonderful.
As always.
I find that limits really do push creativity and resourcefulness. And, maybe because I'm such a neophyte, I find comfort in the growing intimacy with a fewer things. I'm much less overwhelmed by choices when at least a few of them are old friends. There will come a point, I suppose, where limits lead to repetition without innovation, but I think/hope that's a long way away still.

Welcome home.

norma said...

They are stunning Natayla. I like the way you've used similar colors and that hand seed stitch in them all. They look great together, but also stand on their own.
Norma

Vivien said...

All I can say is WOW!