If I add narrow panels of patchwork, as connecting pieces, perhaps that will help hide the droop.
This is picture shows one of the 'off ' parts.
I have one more teeny problem. I am running out of darks. O dear.
On the other hand, when I return to the studio from a good night's rest, I am sure the solution will have come to me and I will be finished in no time. I love Quilt As You Go because I am (almost) already finished with the quilting.
Yes, that's a lotta purple in one glob in the middle but not to worry, as there will be connecting strips that will break up the solid purple, and continue the theme of stripes running through solids. Yay!
If you weren't watching me make this, you would never know how it all got lost and found.
I was asked about the fabric on this quilt from the slideshow in the previous post. It is called Patched Pavement and the fabric is muslin painted with acrylic paints, making it more of a painted quilt. The painted parts are fused onto hand dyed cottons, and hand embroidered with hand dyed perle cotton, and machine quilted. I think it was from 1998 or thereabouts.