|October 20, 2014|
|Quilt #: 1023497 Added on 10/18/2014|
|Made By: drblt|
|Year Made: 2014 - Certain|
|Located In: Baker City, OR United States|
|I designed this quilt in a Rosalie Dace class on Kandinsky-inspired quilts. This quilt was inspired by Kandinsky's |
"Development in Brown".
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|LynnM Presents: |
Quilt #: 1006337 Added on 07/18/2007
This quilt is really a spin off of an earlier collage style fish quilt, although this one started with my sketches of imaginary fish and other sea life.
September 26, 2014
September 25, 2014
|sherrie58 Presents: |
When Mom's Away...Its a bad dog day!
Quilt #: 1019914 Added on 10/08/2011
Created this for an underwear quilt challenge at Quilter's Combo in Madison, AL in 2010. This is a tribute to our family dogs over the last 27 years. They could stir up mischief and also warm our hearts! Dog applique pattern is from Java House quilts,"Ruff Around the Edges" The Cat applique is from,Mad dog Marketing, Honey...Wheres the cat?. Design is an adapted original.
September 24, 2014
|quiltrascal Presents: |
Quilt #: 1019919 Added on 10/09/2011
For a great nephue who likes pirates. Raw edge applique. If I had not run out of time I would have put an embroidered skull in the center. Fleece backing with skulls. Vortex instructions on my blog, quiltrascal.blogspot.com
September 23, 2014
|Keith Presents: |
Quilt #: 1019935 Added on 10/09/2011
I've been working on a series of predominately one-color quilts and I've been using my quilting sketches for appliqué inspiration. This is my yellow quilt and an attempt at appliquéing feathers. The center flower and first octagon were inspired by one of my grandfather's wood carvings.
September 22, 2014
|geannineott Presents: |
Four & Twenty Blackbirds
Quilt #: 1019934 Added on 10/09/2011
Small cake stand pieced blocks, folk-art appliqué blackbirds, berries & vines are complimented by detailed trapunto quilting in this original traditionally designed large wall quilt.
September 21, 2014
|VWelsh Presents: |
Quilt #: 1019940 Added on 10/11/2011
This is the first in a series of small quilts exploring symmetry. I have take 2 classes with Paula Nadelstern and have totally fallen in love with kaleidoscope quilts. The series is a challenge series with 12 other artists where we have a theme ever 2 months. This was the first in the series. The others can be seen here: http://vickiwelsh.typepad.com/ field_trips_in_fiber/fiberactions/
September 20, 2014
|mellorcr Presents: |
We're Outta the Woods
Quilt #: 1019968 Added on 10/15/2011
Based on WIzard of Oz, design composition inspiration was posters of Alphonse Mucha and the 1930's movie, resulting in an almost cubist interpretation. I used my own cruder vesion of Joan Colvin's fabric collage technique for the trees and hand painted Dorothy and the corner figures. Also incorporates couched yarn, thread painting, confetti collage and machine applique. The background is semi-impressionistic/watercolor technique, using 1.5 inch finished size squares
September 19, 2014
|judylyon Presents: |
Quilt #: 1023448 Added on 09/10/2014
As I sat listening to news of the Earthquakes in China I felt inspired to draw a Panda pattern. Exploring photos of these seemingly, roly-poly animals was warm and fun – not at all like the awful situation in Asia. I ended up drawing both a vertical and horizontal panto.
I wanted the Vertical Panda-Bamboo” for my quilt. I was excited about piecing it on the long-arm machine. I put together the strips of bamboo leaves and the strips of lanterns, then “pieced” it all together on the machine. It was fun albeit a bit of a challenge.
September 18, 2014
|chriscl4649 Presents: |
Quilt #: 1022386 Added on 09/29/2013
Bear is mounted on cow hide Leather, embellished with bear teeth and beads. The outer part of the leather is cross stitched with sinue and feathers found from birds around my home (already sheaded from the birds on the ground)
September 17, 2014
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September 15, 2014
|LauraJenn Presents: |
Quilt #: 1023026 Added on 04/08/2014
Although I live in the city, it is vast, open spaces of land that truly inspire me. Undeveloped and untouched land makes me think about how so much of our earth looked to earlier inhabitants. As time passes, and these vistas disappear, they seem even more precious. I like to imagine what people long before me felt when they first saw the same landscape. There are still some places on earth that can awaken that collective memory.
September 14, 2014
|Angel9 Presents: |
Quilt #: 1023335 Added on 07/27/2014
After watching a news sequence of the balloon festival in Albuquerque, New Mexico I was inspired to create my own balloon festival. The balloons are hand painted using fabric paint on cotton fabric and fused and stitched onto the background. The sky and hills were painted separately and then stitched together. The weeds and grasses in the foreground were fused and then stitched using free motion stitching. The border is a commercial fabric. It was quilted on a domestic sewing machine.
September 13, 2014
|JustASouthernGirl Presents: |
Adalyn's Quilt: Metamorphosis
Quilt #: 1023430 Added on 09/05/2014
Designed to go with a science and math themed nursery, the quilting includes a continuous helix in the border and math symbols on the background around the microscope and butterfly. For my granddaughter.
September 12, 2014
|lamesalberta Presents: |
Quilt #: 1023431 Added on 09/05/2014
Traditional candle wicking embroidery completed by Linda Krieger. Pieced, Applique'd lace sashing and machine quilted by Linda Ames. This quilt was honoring traditional construction and finish. Wool batting and computer assisted and free-motion quilting. This quilt was entered and won best large quilt in the 'Quilting in the Badlands' 2014 juried show in Drumheller Alberta on July 4th, 2014.
September 11, 2014
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