Nineth of Sixteen
We have been taking a look at my most recently completed art pieces. Last Thursday we saw number eight. Today’s post features number nine.
If it were not for the added borders, this mini quilt would be nothing more than a tiny remnant. Who knows what it must have looked like in its original form. We will never know.
This quilt has a very simple design. To spice up the appearance I added quilting with a variegated thread. The varying shades of intermittent color provide excitement by jumping out in unexpected ways.
The lines of quilting help to draw your eye into the tiny center.
I have to admit that, if it were not for the added quilting, this miniature art piece would probably go unnoticed. Thankfully the quilting has added the drama that it deserves.
- Materials: Fabric top and backing are 100% cotton
- Batting: Warm & Natural
- Dimensions: 6 7/8” L x 5” W
- Quilting Stitch: Straight lines using a variegated thread
- Quilted On: Conventional sewing machine
Now that you have seen this art piece are you curious about the other quilts in the series? Links to the other pieces are filed under the category Courthouse Steps, Block of the Month. Go ahead and check them out! You won’t be disappointed. While you are at it share with me your thoughts about this art piece as well as the series.
Thank you for visiting!