Wednesday, May 19, 2010
Modified Cubism finished!
I am not the kind of person who likes to have a lot of unfinished projects laying around, so I finished this a couple of weeks ago, but saved it until V gave the go-ahead to post it.
This was an attempt at a slightly cubist look and was done in double reverse applique. Coming up with ideas and piecing are always fun to me, but quilting is a taste that I haven't acquired yet . It's a necessary component, but something I have no patience for.
It was a good challenge that Victoria set out for us.Who knew it would be so difficult to want to look at yourself for so long? It also was a change for those of us who primarily only do utilitarian-sized quilts. I can't wait to see the rest of the finishes.
Posted by Anne at Film and Thread at 4:02 AM
Labels: art quilt, cotton fabric, cubism, free-motion quilting, self-portrait
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Really nice background and border choice, brings the theme together so nicely. Love the quilting and words, nice touch.
I loeve it!! The back is just as cool as the front, reversible!
It is amazing Anne! You did a fantastic job on this challenge!
I love you added the half and half fabric in the background and how it relates to the design of your face! Nice job on the quilting also! FUn!
Wow.......nice job.....the more I look at it the more I like it. wish I thought of writing say cheese on mine :0).
Wow! I love the view of the quilting on the back. Really great work!
I am glad you showed the back as the front the quilting is hard to see in a photo...I liked this piece before you quilted it. I really like it now...the grey side of the face is my favorite.....
Both front and back are great! Love how you did the "Say Cheese" backwards.
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