Saturday, August 22, 2009

"Kundun" is featured on a new blog


My son, Dan, has moved his blog to Word Press with a refocus on content. In redesigning the look of his blog, he decided to use a close-up of the quilt I made for him called "Kundun." This quilt honors His Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet. Roughly translated, "kundun" means "presence" and is a way of addressing His Holiness. I first blogged about the quilt here. Good luck with your new blog, buddy, and thanks for showcasing the quilt.

4 comments:

Jean Baardsen said...

Hi Dana,

How nice that Dan is using your quilt on his blog - it looks great!

I've gotten behind on just about everything lately, but am now caught up on reading about your New York trip. You certainly made the most of your time there! Of all the places you visited, if I had to pick just one, it would be Mood Fabrics! I like Project Runway, too, and watched the first episode of the new season this week. That is, once I found out what channel it was on!

I enjoyed all your posts. I had read about the Dinner Party before. Maybe you had posted about it a few months back? Incredible project!

Jean

Dana W. Fisher said...

Hey Jean,
Good to hear from you. I missed the first episode of Project Runway--we had company that night. I'm hoping it's online somewhere or they will rerun it before the new one. You would definitely love Mood Fabrics.
All the best,
Dana

Minka's Studio said...

Love the vibrant colors of the quilt.

Dana W. Fisher said...

Thanks so much, Minka.
Kind regards,
Dana