Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Transformation







This is a whole cloth quilt that I'm currently working on. I am actually free-motion quilting it at the moment.  I've got all the background areas quilted and have just started on the flowers.

15 comments:

  1. How have you made the white squares? I love the way they show through as you add all of the layers of colour. Great to see the process!

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    1. Thanks Linda. The white squares are from a screen printed design by Margaret Applin Designs. Here's a link to her shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/free2design

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  2. I love this Terri. It's very interesting to see your progress like this. I love the way the white squares show up also. Very nice work!

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  3. COOL! VERY cool! I absolutely love to see how a piece progresses.....you make it look effortless.

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  4. I love how the colors are added creating more and more depth!

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  5. VERY COOL!! And my long lost doodled squares....ahhh someday I will get back to playing!!

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  6. I love the way you've created the background on this one, Terri -- will you share some of the process you used to get this wonderful effect?

    Diane

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  7. What an interesting set of photos showing your background and layers of colors and graphics. I cannot imagine how you get your kitty and flowers to show so well on top of all those layers of colors. This quilt is divine. Blissful Quilting Dear...

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  8. Thanks for showing these progress pics, my fingers are itching to try something now.

    I love the fact that this piece is so colourful but not overwhelming.

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  9. What a fun secret to share! Yay for this new chapter in your life! :)

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  10. awesome! Love seeing the progression of the piece.

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  11. What paints are you using for the coloring of the fabric?

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    1. Hello Anonymous! I used a variety of products, all of them being marketed for use on fabric. I am hoping to do a more in depth step-by-step and will share each product through the process. One of these days...

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