Sunday, September 8, 2013

Peggy's challenge


Here's one for the Architectural Challenge... only it's a stretch to call it architecture!
This carved tree trunk in is Iola, Wisconsin.
As part of the upcoming quilt show, guild members were challenged to use this"unusual" turquoise-patriotic-architectural-text-cherryblossom fabric (shown in the center background of this photo) in a quilting creation.   I decided to tackle the pole.  A friend did a Dresden Plate.    Most of the projects are in hiding and we won't see them till the show opens.   My Victoria-made-fabric is the challenge fabric cut and reassembled to tone down the red flag stripes and for use as the sunny part of the sculpture.

Peggy R.

1 comment:

P. said...

You did an amazing job! It's wonderful!