Today I am sharing another finished art piece. This one is called Cobblestones, AP # 80.
While in Ohio at the 2017 Quilt Surface and Design Symposium (QSDS) I used my spare time to document my visit through photographs. One of the photos I took was of an exposed section of cobblestones peaking through a layer of bricks and asphalt. The photo provided inspiration for my Cobblestones quilt.
Cobblestone features an off-centered grouping of tiny colorful squares enveloped by strips of a soft mint colored fabric. The tiny squares, or artistically replicated cobblestones, were quilted with minimally spaced, hand-applied stitches. The soft mint fabric sections were quilted with matching thread using both machine and hand stitching. Cobblestone measures 10 x 4 1/2”.
This very simple masterpiece initially took shape during Pam Beal’s class Minimalist Design, Maximum Impact. The finishing touches were applied in my studio at home. If Pam were to see it today I believe she would say that it definitely fits into the minimalist category. Here’s my finished piece.
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What comes to mind when you read the two words tropical punch?
How about bright colors and a fruity taste.
I titled today’s art quilt Tropical Punch because it reminds me of the bold colors often found in the tropics. This sparky little specimen measures 8 x 4 1/4”.
Started while in attendance at Pam Beal’s class Minimalist Design, Maximum Impact this petite work of art features:
- curved lines of fluorescent orange fabric,
- two lime green buttons,
- three shiny orange beads,
- random rows of hand quilting,
- unusually pieced sections of lime green fabric,
- and a vertical strip of floral fabric.
All of these elements help to accentuate the quilt’s flashy name.
I think Tropical Punch, AP # 79, in spite of it’s small stature, delivers a huge punch!
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