Saturday, November 10, 2007

Journal Quilt #45

fabric journal art quilt
Woo hoo! Number 45 already. Where has the year gone? The central flower of this quilt was first printed in black ink on my inkjet printer. Susan shared her Photoshop technique on how to take a color photograph and create a black and white image. So I played around with this and then printed my image directly on some prepared inkjet fabric. I fused my image to some heavy interfacing and stitched like crazy.

13 comments:

  1. That sure is beautiful Terri--Susan has started something hasn't she.

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  2. Wow, that is gorgeous. I love all the stitching. It looks very 3-D.

    That has all sorts of applications.

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  3. Very lovely Terri...really interesting what you can do with photoshop eh?

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  4. Very lovely Terri...really interesting what you can do with photoshop eh?

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  5. Great work! I love the texture you get from all the stitching.

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  6. Terri this is gorgeous! All that stitching - wow!

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  7. Wonderful design and the stitching adds so much to the overall look. It's beautiful!

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  8. Wow I love what you've done. The stitching really brings it to life.

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  9. It's turned out so well Terri. I love it.

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  10. I love that piece! The borders remind me of a driftwood frame. Great job!!

    xo

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  11. I have been enjoying your art work here. As a fairly beginner quilter (started this past summer), who wants to be very 'out of the box' with it, I like what you are doing with these small pieces. I like the variety of stitches you use and the effects you get from them.

    I too am inspired by seeing the art of others and how can it not influence our own art? But I think we are each unique in our own ways even if we borrow ideas from what we see others doing.

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