Quilled Letter H Monogram | Blue Scrollwork

Quilled Letter H Monogram | Blue Scrollwork

This is the third and last Quilled Letter H Monogram | Blue Scrollwork of the year. I kind of feel like these have been a fool’s errand and taken up precious time, but I have an obsessive compulsive need to have a happy customer. I’m 

Light & Dark Quilled Letter H Monogram

Light & Dark Quilled Letter H Monogram

This Light & Dark Quilled Letter H Monogram came about because I was trying to create a monogram for a customer, but once I started it, it took me off on a tangent that I knew the customer wasn’t looking for. Instead of scrapping the 

Quilled Letter H Monogram | Extreme Blue Scrollwork

Quilled Letter H Monogram | Extreme Blue Scrollwork

As part of the Christmas rush this year I was commissioned to create this Quilled Letter H Monogram | Extreme Blue Scrollwork piece. It is 8″ x 10″ and inside an 11″ x 14″ frame. I personally think it is absolutely stunning, but my client 

Co-Author: Paper Monograms & Monogram Quilling

Co-Author: Paper Monograms & Monogram Quilling

The last project I worked on before my Sabbatical were designs for a book and a kit: Paper Monograms & Monogram Quilling. The kit contains designs for all twenty-six letters of the alphabet and has enough paper included to do three monograms and is called 

Monogram Book Samples

Monogram Book Samples

I feel like a broken record mentioning this again – but a couple of years ago I was asked to design monograms for a book and a kit. My job was to create the first half of the alphabet and submit samples to the publishing 

Fancy Red & Black Monogram | Letter H

Fancy Red & Black Monogram | Letter H

I made this Fancy Red & Black Monogram | Letter H for my mother as a Christmas gift in 2014. I think it was probably the first monogram I made that came out looking truly polished. What I loved most about this was the sheen 

Quilled Letter H Monogram | Yellow Swirls

Quilled Letter H Monogram | Yellow Swirls

This Quilled Letter H Monogram in Yellow Swirls was the very first monogram I ever sold. I owe thanks to my childhood friend Karla for believing in my artwork enough to pay a whopping $20 for it. qui It’s amazing how much we learn and