Slowly, ever so slowly I’ve been revealing art pieces resulting from my exposure to Pam Beal and her class, Minimalist Design, Maximum Impact. After today’s reveal there will be only four left to share. Let’s take a look.
Tuxedo, AP # 84 measures 10 3/4 x 6 3/4″. Like Ragged Edges, this special art piece has exposed edges. Look closely and you will find four.T
To give my Tuxedo a unique and masculine appearance I added a few embellishments.
- All of the quilting was done by hand.
- Except for the bold application of purple quilting, the remaining stitches were all done with color coordinated threads.
- Centered in the tiny black fabric strips are small, purple, buttons made from French knots.
- Last but not least, in the very bottom right corner, is what I have designated as the Tuxedo‘s boutonnière. There you will find three vertical purple French knots.
Let’s take a look at Tuxedo, AP # 84.
Tuxedo, AP # 84
Thank you for sharing your time!
2 thoughts on “Tuxedo, AP # 84”
Hi Cindy! This really does resemble a tuxedo. I love the purple and teal accents – it would be lovely in a wedding. ~smile~ Roseanne
Roseanne I just love reading your comments! 😊