Thursday, September 17, 2009

an interview at Crafty Synergy

I love the excitement of a new season... the transition into autumn has me singing! Singing what? Oh, I don't know... just happily humming along! I think I'm in an especially good mood, because a little dream came true. You'll find me at Crafty Synergy today ... a place I've always hoped to go. Thank you so much, Patricia, for graciously inviting me to take part in your inspiring interview series. Please grab a cup of something good and go on over for a visit. If this is the first time you're hearing about it, you're in for such a treat. Patricia has been interviewing artists since 2006! You'll find endless inspiration pouring through the archives.
my Crafty Synergy interview
Crafty Synergy
Patricia of A Little Hut

Note about the above photo: I spent yesterday printing with those beautiful antique wood blocks from India. I'm incorporating them into linen pillow slips and a new line of fall scarves. I'm so excited about these scarves! Printed linen on one side and a little surprise on the other... here's an in progress glimpse. Pin It


  1. Oh, if you knew how jealous i am of those indian stamps :) I can't buy even carving rubber here from local stores :)

  2. Beautiful Stamps! I love the combo of the fabric & that stamp.

  3. Yay! I am looking forward to reading it. You just introduced me to a new blog. I am so happy to look around! And BEAUTIFUL prints- wow can't wait to see the scarves!

  4. Maya, what a wonderful honor! I am just so happy for you that you are able to do what you love doing and are receiving the well-deserved recognition for it. I'll have to go have a listen.

  5. Good for you!

    I first "met" you when I was looking for ideas to decorate our store window for fall and came across your repurposed-paper leaves and acorn decorations. I've been hooked on Maya*Made ever since. Grandma bunny is a very favorite of mine, just letting you know!

  6. congratulations maya!!
    i look forward to your interview.
    your photo is beautiful i can only imagine the beauty you will continue to create! i first came upon your blog when you wrote about those gorgeous wood blocks it is nice to see you incorporating them into your artwork. this autumn season certainly is something to be humming about, i agree! ; )