Saturday, March 26, 2011

Shared Spaces: Quilted


Shared Spaces
 hand dyed cottons, fused, machine quilted, 48x36" $500 Email me




 I chose channel quilting because this design looks formal to me, like it belongs in a cool modern office or a very contemporary living room setting. I lined it in a plain cotton, and faced it rather than binding or pillowcasing it.


15 comments:

  1. Dang girl! You are on it now! I am so impressed. A great piece for commercial installation.

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  2. Beautiful. I must try facing a piece.

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  3. Gorgeous! Love the facing treatment and your very neat signature!

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  4. This is wonderful! I love your design and colors.

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  5. I love the colors, the green, the purple an the orange! I only wish it were in my budget.

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  6. Our 12x12 group is working on chartreuse this month. You've inspired me! Beautiful.

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  7. Your facing with the mitered corners is beautifully done. There was probably a tutorial on your old site that I should have paid more attention to. Is it still available or can you briefly explain how you did it? I've seen tutorials on several sites but none look as good as yours.

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  8. Anonymous6:31 PM

    Querida, I LOVE this piece! I don't know what it is, but its so refreshing.

    ~RBC

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  10. I was wondering about the mitered facing, too. Do tell.

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