Monday, August 6, 2007

Makings of an Art Quilt

I have the raw materials prepared to cut up and put together. I prequilted several pieces of fabric and then painted them with fabric paints. I also made fabric paper in cordinating colors. I'm anxious to get to work sewing them together, but I ran out of gold thread. I'll just have to wait until I can escape from home alone to do a little shopping. (Sorry, I have a cold and I'm not feeling ver talkative today.)


Carol said...

these fabrics look wonderful, I look forward to seeing what you do with them

Karoda said...

is the fabric paper the same as silk paper/fusion? I love your selections here...would make great kits.

Vicki W said...

What beautiful work you do! thank you for psoting on my blog today so that I could find yours! You are in my reader now so that I can keep up with your art adventures.

Susan said...

These pieces are quite wonderful. As a non-quilter, however, I don't quite understand. How did you achieve this, especially the way the paint was added? I really like the result and might even try doing this (since I'm into "backgrounds" right now!) if I can figure out what you did. I hope you don't mind sharing this idea.
PS Thank you for your comments on my blog. My Dad is slowly recovering but my Mom is utterly exhausted.

Patricia Bolton said...


Hi, this is Pokey Bolton from Quilting Arts Magazine. When you have a completed work from this, could you email me a jpeg? Looks very interesting and I'd love to see!

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