Chameleon detail from Fauna

This chameleon is a detail from a group quilt called Fauna made by Frances Alford, Kathy York, Vickie Hallmark, Julie John Upshaw and myself.

My panel was painted with Tsukineko Inks and free motion quilted.

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23 thoughts on “Chameleon detail from Fauna

  1. The colors are georgeous.  The quilting adds a wonderful dimension. I also would love to see the whole quilt. Please post any other work you have done!    It is a joy to see.

  2. Hi jojo,

    Perfect is relative and we all have free will, so like a fortune teller, I can not make any guarantees, lol. But, what I can say is, after studiing color theory, you will have the tools to aid you in the decison making process when choosing color. You will also have the ability to mix colors with paint or dyes to have far more successful results. And thank you!

  3. Beautiful!  The quilting makes it look like bumpy frog skin and is so realistic.  I have never touched a frog, so I am not sure of what it feels like, but I can imagine.  Wonderful texture.

  4. Wow amazing – beautiful work.  Would love to see the full quilt with the work of the other artists as well as the size and dimension of the whole work!

  5. I love the way the quilting pops ou the details. The intricate painting gives me ideas of how to better shade the beading that I do on my art quilts in using big vs small beads…thanks! I had seen your work in Quilting Arts, so I was delighted to get the link below to your blog.