Diane's submission to our Quilting Arts 2010 "Fresh Picked" Calendar contest.
Diane--you are amazing!
I am beyond words. I love botanicals in quilting and this is the most wonderful new thing I have seen in ages.
Quilt on girl!
I would love to see this in person! The dimension and the texture are fabulous and I love the worms and ladybugs. Well done!
What a wonderful piece. Well done!
I feel I am in the audience of a wonderful 3D production.
Detail on the asparagas is excellent.
I LOVE this piece! I want to see it up close and see how it's done. It is absolutely breathtaking!
Just wonderful. Loads of originality and beautifully done
Wow. Wish we could enlarge the pic to fully understand the work that has gone into this. It's like taking a masterclass.
Fantastic, just love the detail and would love a close up look
Great dimension - the asparagus and flowers look ready to pick!
Love those slithering earthworms and they add great movement to contrast with the stately upright stalks of the asparagus and celery.
This is a fantastic quilt. I would love to know how it is made.
Amazing - just amazing and wonderful! The dimension and texture are definitively excellent. Keep up the great work and lets see many more exciting dimensional pieces in QA publications! Can't wait for the calendar and YOUR work there on some lucky month's page!
Woodenville? Are you from Quilters Annonymous? Or APNQ? maybe NQC?
It is nice to see someone from my neck of the woods. Great work!
Whidbey (can you guess where I am from)
Absolutely wonderful presentation. Great work!
Very well done!
Why is this so impressive? (and it is) is it because we are amazed at the realness of the piece? is it because we are in awe of the techniques used which we can't figure or is it the creativity behind it all? I congratulate you for all of the above.
Molto molto bello! Brava Monica
This piece is as wonderful as your other entry. I hope they are both in the calendar. I am from Gig Harbor, Washington. I am so impressed with your creativity and talent.
Wonderful techniques and beautiful composition. The 3-D effect is terrific, making your images much more life-like than we usually see in quilts. I hope this is in the calendar and I hope the magazine does a story on your work!
WOW! I would love to know the details on how the piece was constructed.
Living in Redmond, WA, I can understand the inspiration! Diane, your work is so lovely, your work really captures "dimension," and my gardner husband even took notice!
Such 'taste'! Well done
WOW, that is spectacular! You did such a great job on it. I love it.
This is such a wonderful piece.
Here's a big compliment - I joined just to be able to say that this is stunning!