16" x 16"
I was really glad to get some feedback from you all and even happier with the fact that the quilt didn’t necessarily need to show tools. Obviously everything I would make would involve tools. That was a light bulb moment and I was able to start from there all over again.
Working on this quilt was fun and filled with experiments. You can read all about it and see lots of pictures of the different phases on my private blog.
I still need to finish the edges of the quilt, and maybe I want to make more embellishing stitches on the painted areas, but the quilt is still drying as we speak. I don’t want to use a fabric binding, so I think it will be finished with a machine stitched blanket stitch. I’m open to suggestions from your part!
I’m happy with the overall result. And.. you know what I love... ? That my third quilt also involves circles!
I was inspired to make this quilt by a Quilting Arts workshop video about Mixed Media Art Quilts (with Beryl Taylor). I also purchased a workshop video from Cloth Paper Scissors about fabric paper. Maybe something for the next challenge?
Thanks Gina for a wonderful theme that got my mind tangled!