9 Apr 2011
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I was trying for a Dragon, but he looks more like a general monster :)

Raw-edged applique with an extra layer of batting for the face. The shear fabric was edged by burning. Fabric paint was added to deepen the shadows and blend the base of the horns.

Raw-edge applique, thread painted, and free motion quilted 16 X 16"

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tiny3 wrote
on 14 Apr 2011 1:47 PM

next time make his stout longer, and narrower, yes its does look like a monster, this is from 14 and 15 year olds, the ones that know all. they all liked it, i love it. we are making ones, hope to share later. thanks for sharing and inspringing the rest of us.

Conbon wrote
on 14 Apr 2011 9:52 PM
Conbon wrote
on 14 Apr 2011 9:55 PM

Yes, it's a monster for sure!  It's the old Greek Minotaur -- Perfect!  I love it!


DinahT wrote
on 15 Apr 2011 1:34 PM

Thanks for the comments :D

tiny3: Glad the kids like it. I would love to see what it inspires!

ConBon: Yes it does look like a Minotaur. I think it's the horns.

TEMA61 wrote
on 16 Apr 2011 6:27 PM

Now here's a handsome fellow... beautifully done.  Love the fabric you have as the white of his eyes... very nice.  And his horns really look like they truly belong.

He may not be a dragon but I don't think he is a general monster either... something from a Greek myth, I'm thinking... a big bull... like the kind Hercules mastered as one of his labours.