Maria Wulf, Jon Katz, Rachel Barlow, Jane McMillan and Kim Gifford -- chooses a piece of their work to give away on their blogs.
This month, I'm honored to be the guest artist, and I'll be giving away one of my lions, made from a felted, recycled wool sweater and fringed t-shirt jersey.
For those who've ended up here via the other blogs, a little about me: I work mostly in recycled fabrics, partly because I hate waste and also because it's a good way to keep material costs down; lots of people would like to buy handmade, but sometimes the price can be prohibitive (because time and talent takes money, right?). This way, I can keep a lot of fabric out of the landfill, keep myself out of a cubicle and still make things that most people can afford to take home.
If you'd like to enter the drawing for my little lion, please leave a comment on the blog. After you've done that, you might want to meander over to some of the other blogs involved in this monthly giveaway -- there are some wonderful artists participating, and I'm flattered to be a part of them this month.
I'll pick a winner on Thursday and post the announcement here. Good luck!
EDITED TO ADD: If you comment as "Anonymous," you have to leave your real name and an email in the comments. I have two comments so far from Anonymous and I don't want you left out of the giveaway. Also, for the commenter who wanted to know where she could buy a lion if she doesn't win, here's the link.