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  • Along the Jordan River

    Based on original photo of the Jordan River in Northern Israel. This is part of my series on Scenes from the Holy Land. Machine pieced/ appliquéd and machine quilted cotton fabric. Dimensions: 22″ w x 30″ h www.cindyrquilts.com
    Posted to Share Your Quilt & Fiber Art by cindyrquilts on 22 Aug 2011
    Filed under: Landscape, Thread Painting, quilt, applique, quilted, wall hanging, Quilt Art, fiber art, wall art, thread art, Jordan River, Holy Land, Israel, batik cotton
  • Along Our River

    This 18"x23" quilt was made for our quilt guild challenge, Along the River. The river needed to enter on the left side and exit on the right side of the quilt so I chose the Hudson River as it meanders through our area of the lower Adirondacks. I enlarged a map of the river and used it to arrange...
    Posted to Share Your Quilt & Fiber Art by upstatelisa on 6 Jun 2011
    Filed under: Art Quilt, embroidery, paint, lutradur, free motion quilting, wall hanging, quilting, tulle, dyed fabric, embellished quilt, TAP
  • Applique Sunflowers, Sunset

    This is an original hand painted silk appliqued art quilt. The sunflowers & the petals were all individually painted and then appliqued onto the quilt. I used thread painting to add further details. Machine free motion quilting was used to create pattern and the "sunset" at the bottom left...
    Posted to Share Your Quilt & Fiber Art by AsianArtAndQuilts on 3 Feb 2011
    Filed under: applique, sunflowers, wall hanging, asianartandquilts, art quilts, hand painted silk quilt, appliqe, wall quilts, original quilts
  • A Font for Patrick

    This was a challenge piece in several ways. First off I came up with the design for a Challenge from my quilting guild (Pecos Valley Quilters, Roswell, NM) with the theme Holiday/Season and it also works for the Forum Challenge - It's My Nature here :) It also was a challenge in that I did a lot...
    Posted to Share Your Quilt & Fiber Art by DinahT on 19 Dec 2010
    Filed under: fabric painting, Tsukineko Inks, Art Quilt, textile paint, Thread Painting, applique, DinahT's Art, free motion stitching, Appliqued, free motion quilting, shaving cream, hand painted fabric, art quilt, landacape, wall hanging, green, free motion quilting trapunto, forest, challenge, wall quilt
  • Re: Forum Challenge - It's My Nature

    Introducing Coco. My alter ego in fabric. She keeps popping up in my quilts, so I decided to give her a name! Anyway, This is my entry for "It's my Nature" . It started after a heated discussion with my husband! I'll let you in on a little secret, I have a temper. I work hard to keep...
    Posted to General Discussion by caren12 on 4 Dec 2010
  • Re: Forum Challenge - It's My Nature

    "Peachy Posy" is among many FIRSTS in my life recently! We had a stormy Montana spring and those rainy skies became the inspiration for this design which began first as a sketch while longingly gazing out the window. It represents many "firsts" in my life, one of which was a time...
    Posted to General Discussion by lesliemcneil on 15 Nov 2010
  • apron for a driad

    I was inspired to make this for 2 reasons: I love the Narnia Chronicles by C. S. Lewis, and I love history. Aprons and their links with femininity, work, status and so on have a resonance beyond their immediate purpose, and this is what I've tried to capture in 'apron for a driad'. Click...
    Posted to Share Your Quilt & Fiber Art by gonerustic on 5 Sep 2010
    Filed under: hand dyed, embroidery, Buttons, silk, wall hanging, dyed, quilting, original, satin, dragonfly, plant dyed, hand stitched, cotton, crochet
  • Re: guild anniversary challenge

    Muppin It takes an eternity for new tools to drift South, I couldn't find the rose maker anywhere in Mobile! So I made ribbon roses. The quilt turned out pretty good. I was working in a tight timeline. The leaves are velevt and taffita, the vines are made from wool yarn. Everything is fused, raw...
    Posted to General Discussion by caren12 on 26 May 2010
  • Re: What type of batting, stabilizers?

    Thanks Arlijohn, I'd heard that name mentioned a few years back but did not know what it was exactly used for. That's where I'll go check. You quilting today?
    Posted to General Discussion by Caribquilter on 13 Nov 2009
  • What type of batting, stabilizers?

    Being new at this I visited some websites to order batting and stabilizers, the different kinds are staggering and I have no clue what to choose. Anyone out there willing to give free advice as to what type of batting and stabilizers are mostly used by quilters? Knowing that I do not wash my fabrics...
    Posted to General Discussion by Caribquilter on 12 Nov 2009
  • 40th Anniversary

    This was a quilt I made for my parents 40th Anniversary. I didn't know what to buy them, so last minute I desided to make a wallhanging. I made this in a week and a half!!! It is full of symbolizm (?) The blue background was hand dyed, it's my mothers favorite color. The poem is a poem I wrote...
    Posted to Share Your Quilt & Fiber Art by caren12 on 3 Nov 2009
    Filed under: Art Quilt, Thread Painting, dyed fiber, Window, Fused, applique, free motion quilting, raw edge applique, hand painted fabric, machine embroidery, landacape, photo family quilt, hand dyed fabrics, wall hanging, trees, printed fabric, landscape quilt
  • A sunflower for Marie

    My boyfriend and I designed this quilt, a 65th birthday present for his mom, Marie. It is heavily quilted, 100% cotton fabrics, crazy quilt center, traditional pieced background, flower was appliqued in layers, free-motion quilting with sunflowers quilted into the yellow border. So much fun to make!...
    Posted to Share Your Quilt & Fiber Art by sarahjette on 10 Sep 2009
    Filed under: fabric, free motion, wallhanging, Art Quilt, squares, Crazy Quilt, machine quilting, quilt, quilting art, Inspired to Quilt, free motion stitching, art, detail, flowers, quilted, free motion quilting, sunflowers, modern, art quilt, art quilting, multicolor, free-motion stitching, quilts, wall hanging, continous line quilting, flower, quilting
  • Re: definition of a quilt

    Being a non quilter I've always wondered this too. Particularly when an official bod answered my query with "the usual two layers" - errrrrrm I thought "the usual" was THREE layers. Then someone went to a show and came back and told me there was a piece made up of broken china...
    Posted to General Discussion by FibreReaction on 5 Aug 2009
  • Re: Mixed-Media "Birthday Card"

    [quote user="marti"]My friend loves it and wanted to know how to put in on the wall (straight pins was my answer). [/quote] Here's something I've done with lightweight fabric pieces: Handsew two of those 1" white plastic rings that you can buy in the curtain/sewing notions area...
    Posted to Mixed Media by denisemarie53 on 11 Jul 2009
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