PAT KROTH  FIBER ART
 Blue Red Tootsie Candy Flower   Green Yellow Sun Candy FlowerYellow Dark Choco Candy Flower Purple -Jelly Bean Candy FlowerGreen Red candy FlowerRed Tootsie candy Flower Orange Tulip Candy Flower  SOLDOrange Purple Candy Flower SOLDBlue Sun Candy FlowerPurple Triplet Candy Flower Red Choco Candy FlowerGreen KKat Candy Flower 
Yellow Tootsie Candy FlowerPurple Skitt Candy FlowerBlue Dum Dum Candy FlowerRed Yellow Candy Flower SOLDGreen Tootsie Candy FlowerYellow- Candy wrapper flowerEaster Candy FlowerSweet BasilBachelor ButtonDillCarrotsPeasCilantroFlower Garden MixOreganoArugulaMarigoldsBasil
April 2020 Challenge
My one-a-day challenge to create a small fiber artwork for the month of April now has an added challenge-Help me raise funds for Beacon Homeless Day Resource Center in Madison,WI
Each artwork is now available for purchase. 50% of all proceeds
(minus shipping and handling fees) will go directly to this outstanding organization.
The Beacon provides a day-time place for a meal, laundry service, showers, computer access, support and more. You can find out more about the Beacon at: https://thebeaconhelps.org/about-us/
If you would like to make a purchase and help support PEOPLE, our most valuable resource in this difficult time and always, please contact me through the contact page on my website:
https://krothfiberart.com/contact.html.
All fiber artworks created to date are on my website by title and date.
Look under Portfolio- April Challenge. Each work is one of a kind.
This fundraising challenge will continue until May 1,2020.

In April 2020 I am challenging myself to create one Small fiber artwork each day this month to celebrate SPRING, NEW GROWTH and the FUTURE.
No April fooling! A little crazy yes! But so much fun! To begin: I have started some of my garden seeds indoors. So in my ongoing theme of recycling and re-purposing materials,in this series, I am using my garden seed packets, candy wrappers and other"found goodies" as a focal point. Each piece is collaged with fabric, layered with other paper items, objects, tulle and energetically machine stitched. I think it might be helpful for all of us to start thinking about SPRING, new growth, and FUTURE as we pull through our current challenges together.

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