At the Karyaneka Handicraft Center in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia I found a shop with Batiks. I should have bought more, but not realizing the money exchange I hesitated. Wish I had been more aware. One meter each of these three was US $23.40. They are 39 by 45 inches. Now to find something wonderful to do with them.
On the ship there was this tile wall. It gave me awesome ideas.
I figure to fuse different colors of fabric and cut little squares and see if I can duplicate something on this line.
I think I can get those nice curves without much difficulty with the little triangle pieces too.
While at a zoo in Singapore as I was taking photos of those bats, this little guy crawled right up to me, nudged my arm and insisted on a photo too. Handsome little guy.
Fun travels and fabric shopping! How cool to have the little fella get personal! I love animals. Bats are neat creatures.ReplyDelete
What a great experience and such lovely fabrics to remind you of your trip!ReplyDelete
Wow, what an amazing travel experience! I love your batik treasures and that mosaic wall gives me ideas, too. Welcome home, and happy travel-inspired quilting!ReplyDelete
Beautiful fabrics! I am excited to see your inspiration wall become a quilt too!ReplyDelete
Good Morning! What a fabulous trip. Was this a cruise, and if so which cruise line? Oh, those fabrics you chose are beautiful. You'll have to do something special with them to remember your trip. What a sweet picture of the little photo hog - so cute! Happy Friday to you! ~smile~ RoseanneReplyDelete
Sounds like a fantastic trip. I do like your little friend. Is he a lemur?ReplyDelete
Great finds on your travels!ReplyDelete