Monday, January 25, 2016

One Of My Masterpieces

As a grand finale I created a 3 dimensional quilt in my Colors Of My Life Series.
I found the pictures of it after only searching for 3 days on my new computer!
I think you will like it.

3Dquiltleft
If you start at the left of the quilt this is what you will see.
3Dquiltcenter
The view changes as you walk past the quilt. This is what you will see as you get to the center.
3Dquiltright
This is what you see as you get to the right side.
It is much more impressive in person.
I designed each side differently so you see a totally different quilt as you walk around it..
The biggest challenge was putting it all together neatly. I felt like I had to climb inside the quilt to sew.
Once it was all put together I realized I didn’t have the skills to create an armature to hold it in position.
I took it to Seebeck’s in Kenosha and John constructed the sections to make it work. He did a fantastic job.
I wish you all could see this in person.

15 comments:

Nancie said...

Beautiful design. I love how all the colors work together-three quilts in one.

Charlene S said...

I wish I could see it in person. Great work!

Ann Kovalchick said...

Wow it's wonderful!!!!!

straythreads said...

amazing quilt beautiful

Jennifer Fulton Inquiring Quilter said...

Visiting from Design Wall Monday. This is a masterpiece indeed! I bet the construction was complicated, but you rose to the challenge and conquered it! Lovely.

Robin said...

It reminds me of an Agam picture- his works are all like your gorgeous quilt. I love the colors and the effects.

Susie Q said...

I would love to see it in person as well, where is it?

Kat said...

Very cool!

Jan Roys said...

What a beautifully awesome quilt! It's one which I would love to see someday.

The Inside Stori said...

I wish I could see it in person too…..I’m working on that!!!

Martha Ginn said...

Masterful job, Kay!
Martha

Blue dragonfly5 said...

Kay, what a wonderful quilt. 👍🏻❤️💚💜💛 I hope you can bring this south with you. I'd love to see it in person.

sonja said...

Amazing! What a great time it would be to stand in front of your quilt masterpiece. What interesting thoughts must have preceded/accompanied the development this colorful and moving quilt!

Cathy Perlmutter said...

That is truly a masterpiece!!!

Judy Duer at TPL said...

This is really wonderful! Are the panels stiffened with something besides batting? I would love to see this in person as well. Congratulations on a great execution of a cool idea!