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This is the last series of quilts for the project. They are enclosed in a piece of lightly inked canvas. The image was printed on iron-on inkjet printable fabric. I didn’t need to but I stitched it down with some variegated thread. … Continue reading
I used fabric glue and attached eight of the mini quilts (including the cover which was the first quilt of the series) to a strip of canvas in order to create the first journal. I had to cut the quilt … Continue reading
These two quilts are the last of the project. 14) “445” Sunlight Muslin Cotton fabric Felt batting Golden Fluid Acrylic – ultramarine blue Piece of foam sponge Sea stones Metallic thread – gold Polyester thread – copper Found objects – old … Continue reading
These next three quilts have some fun embellishments. I love the resin trapped pressed flowers on “preserved beauties.” Sequins are not something that I intend to use often but they give “wandering ginkgo” it’s brightness. The shisha mirrors add some dimensional whimsy to “goddess of … Continue reading
Continuing to adhere to the project list — three more abstract notions in the form of mini art quilts: 8) “broken record“ Muslin Cotton fabric Felt batting Mica splitting Sheet music scraps CD Lumiere – pearl turquiose Golden Fluid Acrylic – … Continue reading
The next three mini quilt samplers: 5) “all dressed up“ Canvas Muslin Hand dyed cheesecloth Fabric paper scraps Cotton fabric Foil sheet – rainbow stripes Foil glue Felt batting Tissue paper Elmer’s glue Mod Podge Fabric Glue Sharpie – dark green Glass … Continue reading
Quilt number 1, 3D applique quilt “do more“ was actually made before I decided to use a combination of three methods on one piece. I’m going to use it as the cover for the first of two art quilt journals. Here is a link … Continue reading