Untitled by Martha Betts and Gail Strout


Quilter in Distress: Martha Betts
Rescuer: Gail Strout

Untitled • 32" x 27"

Martha: "I bought these fabrics because I loved the color combination. I cut simple blocks and sewed them together. I thought it would look good stretched over canvas as a design element, but it lacks pizazz and so it sat unfinished."

Gail: "I pulled out cloth from my collection that I felt would go with the original square. I wanted to keep some of the feeling of the square. I saved the elements I liked best and that I felt were the most important and successful to the original square. I used more curves and softer lines and colors than the original prints."

 

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