Many Dots, AP # 82

Polka dots and French knots are two of my favorite things to add to art work—the quilt I’m revealing today has plenty of both. Many Dots, AP # 82 was given its name because of its circular elements.

Also incorporated are leftover scraps from previous projects. You will see them near the center. The first is a triangular grouping of green fabrics. The second section is directly to the right. Both were partnered with fabrics that nicely meld them all together. I really like it when I can find a use for remnants too good to toss.

To finish my project I added a mixture of hand and machine quilting. I also included three turquoise beads and a matching lime green button. My striking, newly finished art quilt looks like this.

Many Dots, AP # 82

Thank You for sharing your time!

10 thoughts on “Many Dots, AP # 82

  1. Cindy I love all these wonderful small pieces! I hope they are all in their own show someday! Oh and I love the stitching!

    1. Thank you so much Tierney! I hope that you are right. That would be a wonderful idea 😊

  2. This is a fun one! I love dots of all types, too.

    1. Awe thank you! Me and dots are buddies. 😊

  3. Lovely work, Cindy! 💚😊

    1. Thank you so much!!

  4. I like the design and the cooler colors containing the warm ones. A beauty!

    1. I’m glad that you do! Thank you for the compliment.

  5. This quilt is lovely. I like the mixture of hand and machine quilting and the buttons and beads add texture to nicely complement the fabrics. What are the quilt dimensions?

    1. Oh my thank you for the lovely compliment. At its widest points the quilt measures 9 1/2” x 10”. Just a little guy!