Seamstresses in Fine Art March 16, 2019 Winding Yarn Myron G. Barlow (1873-1937) American See more HERE Read more HERE Related 10 responses to “Seamstresses in Fine Art” Miss You!!! Like the new site. Hope it makes it easier for you. Must have been so much work as your generosity goes way back. Thank you. Hello!😊 You have brought back the sun. Can’t wait to see what you have planed for us ! Lori, I hope you are doing well and enjoying each day with eager excitement and energy. You are so inspiring. Love this painting, it shows lots of patience! It’s sooo good I didn’t live in that era, can you imagine a seamstress with no rotary cutter, mat, fabulous machines, and the lucious fabncs we have now? I think Barlow loved to paint fabric !! Now, if we ever wondered which came first, the thread, needle, or fabric, Lori has solved it.. A spool of thread comes first !! Love the logo ! Here;s a kiss bye to Inbox Jaunt. We loved ye well … And welcome to Lori Kennedy Quilts ! Love the new look! And the new name is more indicative of the purpose of the blog. Thanks for all your inspirations. I was taken aback for a minute thinking, where am I? before suddenly realizing your new site is up and running. This is great! It’s well organized, intuitive and easy to navigate. I know this was a TREMENDOUS undertaking and was definitely worth waiting for it. (hmmm, I hope the grammar & punctuation police aren’t reading this). The Barlow painting is beautiful. The soft edges and cool colors are relaxing and I like the 20’s era bob haircut on the woman. Great job Lori, thank you for doing it and as always, thanks for the endless inspiration, Woohoo! So excited you are here! Comments are closed.