Two more small quilts that I have completed recently. I usually don't put words on my quilts, but, as I was carving the fish stamps, I was thinking about why all the great things are considered male. So, I was driven to carve some words from erasers. I have some other prints that I used different combinations of the words, but have gotten no further than that. The second picture is a recuction print I made in a workshop with a local printmaker, Lix Mitchell. Unfortunately, we used Speedball ink, which is not at all permanent. I was the only participant working on fabric. I had textile medium with me, which is the really stupid part. This print skipped the first stage of the reduction print because I liked the look of the hand dyed fabric. Also, three layers of ink was too much. I have yet to try to stitch through one of those. Also, after the first of these pieces, I sprayed the rest of the prints with something to make them permanent-can't recall what the product was, at the moment.