Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Diane's Awesome DVD!

My friend Diane Doran recorded a dvd with the folks from Quilting Arts TV. I'm thrilled to be giving one away for her. Just comment on this post anytime between now and Monday, October 24. I'll pick a winner and Diane will send you a dvd!

Diane creates absolutely stunning work using digital collage. The dvd includes tons of informative and inspiring step-by-steps skills. She shares lots of Photoshop Elements tricks but also talks about color, value, contrast, printing and finishing options. You'll also get to hear her talk about some of her beautiful quilts.

You can order the dvd through Diane's website. Or if you must have it NOW NOW NOW, you can download it directly from Interweave.

I've been reading Diane's blog for years. I think she was in on the early days of the Artful Quilters Webring. When we moved to Maryland, she quickly put me in touch with some great fiber groups and other art quilters. I'm so happy to share her new work here on my blog and to get to hang out with her regularly!

28 comments:

mcregan said...

This looks like an inspiring DVD - thanks for the giveaway!

gatheredthreads said...

Wonderful! Thanks for the opportunity.

Sandra said...

Thanks for hosting this giveaway.
Your sneak peek is intriguing, love the minimal asian feel.

Beth M said...

I've always wanted to try digital collage. I've loved Diane's work for a long time. Thanks for the opportunity to win her DVD! I've also followed your blog since you lived in Maine and really enjoy reading it.

Sandy in CA said...

I'd love to win the digital collage DVD. Thanks for the opportunity!

Vicki W said...

My first exposure to Diane was seeing the cover quilt in Houston. Her work is spectacular.....just like yours!

Tonya Littmann said...

Hmm... the wheels are turning. thanks for the giveaway. I hope to run into you in Houston.

Jeannie said...

I have been following you and Diane since I first found the Artful Quilter's ring eons ago. You both keep me inspired and I would love to watch Diane in action. Thanks for the chance!

Marlene said...

I would love own a copy of Diane's DVD. Thanks for the chance to win one!

crafter1953 said...

I would love to own one of the books.Thank you Diane.

Loralei said...

I'd really love to win this DVD, as I have a favourite photo of my daughter that I would love to put on a quilt - thanks for the chance!!

pburketb said...

Love the blog hop. Hope I win! Pburketb@ earthlink.net

geni said...

Lovely! Thank you for a chance to receive the DVD for free.

Els said...

there are so many fun techniques you can design your quilts with! .... in fact too little time ... ;-)

Dreamer said...

Hi Deborah! I have plenty of stuff laying around just waiting for a new technique to try.

Jane said...

What a wonderful giveaway!
Fingers crossed!
Jane

Nancy L said...

I'd love to win this. A brand new technique for me.

Barbara Strobel Lardon said...

I saw this the other day and would love to own it!

EmandaJ said...

Would LOVE to win this, view it then share it with our Guild's Library.

Emanda

Vivien Zepf said...

Not so familiar with Diane's work; thanks for introducing me to her.

Anonymous said...

What a lovely opportunity to learn something new. Thanks for the chance to add this to my quilting collection
Marsha in Va Beach

Anonymous said...

What a lovely opportunity to learn something new. Thanks for the chance to add this to my quilting collection
Marsha in Va Beach

sharon said...

great looking DVD, thank you for the giveaway!

Sue Andrus said...

I'd love to have a chance to win the DVD! I take photos all the time and have been trying different ways to add them to my quilts.

krkerler said...

Would love to win. Thanks for hosting the opportunity.

Sharon said...

I would love to win this DVD. Thank you for the opportunity to enter the drawing.

Martha Dennis said...

This DVD looks to be just what I need to jumpstart my long held idea of using my own photos and photoshop to make quilts. Thanks for offering us this opportunity!

Nneka Kusema Gamble said...

It's always great to try a new technique! Looks like fun!