Tyvek Cathedral Door

1 May 2009
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My first attempt at using Tyvek.  This is based on a cathedral door I photographed in Lichfield, UK.  The quilting around the edge represents the ornate stonework.  It measures 7" x 11".


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Mary Therese wrote
on 4 May 2009 8:32 AM

What beautiful results from a first attempt. I wish I could see a close-up.

candace20 wrote
on 4 May 2009 10:45 AM

How does one use Tyvek?  Stencil?

cousette wrote
on 5 May 2009 1:06 AM

Well done ! I haven't tried Tyvek yet, I think I should ! you can g on !

on 7 May 2009 9:06 AM

Thank you everyone for your comments...here is a close-up...

I created tjis by drawing my design on the painted tyvek then stitching around the lines.  It was then cut away about 1/4" away from the stitching before heating with a heat gun.

My 2nd attempt was a postcard which can be found here...

http://www.quiltingdaily.com/media/p/4888.aspx

I'm glad I tried this technique as with practice it could get better - hopefully :o)

Angela

capeverdegal wrote
on 16 Jul 2009 5:33 PM

This is SO neat!  I took a short course and sampled working with Tyvek and found it to be so much fun.  This is amazing though.  Thanks for explaining how you did it and including the close up photo.  Love it!

on 17 Jul 2009 7:18 AM

Thank you Gigi, I'm glad you like it :o)