Monday, December 2, 2013

Black & White And Red All Under

 

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This was my first black and white circle quilt. I wound 20 black bobbins to make this and I used just about all of them.

There was a slight problem with it which I’ll tell you about in a little while.

 

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This one was successful.

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Red all under!

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It’s a 3D quilt and here it is hanging.

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If you look closely at this picture you will see there are two extra pieces. I had to trim them off as it was too long when I hung it.

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I was able to hang all three pieces for a very mobile sculpture quilt!

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Remember this one I started with? It would need a space 3-5 stories high to hang it!

I do have some other ideas of how to use it.

This is what happens when you try new things no one has done before. I enjoy the adventure!

16 comments:

The Inside Stori said...

Very, very cool!!!

Barb in Mi said...

Fabulous - I have never seen anything like it!

Michele Lasker said...

I love it!!

Michele Lasker said...

I love it!!

Ann Kovalchick said...

What a wonderful idea, I really like it.

Andy said...

I love it!!!!

Robbie said...

As I said on FB! Crazy cool!!! Love these!!! You'll have to share on how to make them...I think I know but....

Dar said...

Great idea. I can see this hanging in any art gallery or studio and made with all kinds of psychedelic fabrics or metallics.

Cathy Perlmutter said...

Totally brilliant and original! I love it!

Janice m said...

Looks fabulous! So much patience to satin stitch..........it has so many possibilities! You are just always thinking aren't you? LOL

Julianne said...

I love it... so fun.

Regina B Dunn said...

Wow! what a unique and surprising way to get a 3D piece. And it is beautiful.

LA Paylor said...

oh how fun!!
LeeAnna Paylor
lapaylor.blogspot.com

Margaret said...

Great fun! I'd try to find a museum or gallery with a cathedral ceiling in which to hang that other one. Perhaps down a staircase in a ritzy hotel done in Art Deco B&W?

rothequilter said...

a great mobile. How creative you are!

Terry Aske Art Quilts said...

Unusual idea, and it looks fabulous!