And the winner is….

Jane Perala of Nanimo, BC! Dayle pushed the button on the random number generator. Creative Sparks is off to Jane today. You can get yours here. We were bowled over by all your lovely comments.

Here’s one of the fabric and polymer new works that Dayle’s been working on. It’s what she considers a sideways approach to polymer.

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  • reply Marlene Brady ,

    Congratulations to Jane! I am off to order a copy of my own. Congratulations to you and Dayle on the book…..very exciting!

    • reply Jane Perala ,

      That is fantastic! Thanks so much – I am looking forward to being inspired.

      • reply Jackie ,

        Congratulations Jane, sounds like it is a wonderful book Cynthia wishing you and Dayle every success!

        • reply Judy ,

          I love this new piece Dayle! Yummmm, fiber!

          • reply carissa ,

            Congrats to Jane! Cynthia- can you give us the actual measurements of the quilt? I am curious as to how large a piece she created. thank you!

            • reply dayle doroshow ,

              Hi Carissa, Dayle here. Each of the wall hangings are approximately 10″x 12″ with a piece of polymer clay jewelry (inspired by the fabric collage) that also is part of the wall hanging. They can hang by themselves or also fit in a 11×14″ frame.

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