I'm calling this quilt, "Psychedelic Spots" in reference to the 1972 calendar that was part of the pieces in the brown bag challenge for Vagabonds. It was really fun to use all of the weird things that I received in the bag, including the black zipper, some silver washers, rusted fabric, slippery satin, metallic thread, thread trimmings, trimming of a finished art quilt, silk ribbon, upholstery fabric, and cotton fabric. Before I got the bag of stuff, I was certain that I would start with a landscape photo and use all the pieces in a collaged landscape. That idea was snuffed right away! I instead opted for a collaged background that was non-representational with circles appliqued on top.
Several previous blogs were written to describe the process. And here is the finished quilt. It measures 36" W x 51" H, and was finished with fa acing.
|Psychedelic Spots by Joanne Adams Roth|
I hope you like it!
This is gorgeous! A true work of art. I went back a few posts to see more details. It would be fun if you would include some close ups and even process pictures in the posts of finished quilts (although I do understand that blogging shouldn't get in the way of quilting, it can take so much time!)ReplyDelete