Cabin Fever

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Cabin Fever
45 in
35 in
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Cabin Fever hits hardest when winter lingers into April on the Canadian prairies and we have not seen colour in our landscape in many months . The best treatment I have found is an immersion in wild colour. Here I have snow dyed old, frayed linen napkins then freely applied paint with stamps, stencils, sponges and brushes until there is enough colour to satisfy my cravings. It is free motion stitched to add another layer of colour and texture.

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