Monday, March 12, 2012

“Heirloom Pumpkins” finished!

It’s done! Well, except for the facing. It is going to measure about 15-1/2" x 21". I love the blue with the orange and white.


This is the second of two projects I designing specifically for my Once in a Blue Moon Fiber Art Retreat, which will be held in Black Mountain, NC (near Asheville) Oct. 4-7, 2012. I think there are still two spots left; if you want one, you should sign up soon!

7 comments:

  1. Someday.... I will make something just like this.... at the rate I'm going.... this week.... NOT!!

    It's lovely!

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  2. This is totally amazing! How I wish I could see it 'in the flesh'!

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  3. As always I love to see the progress of your work. How you choose fabrics, thread paint and quilt your art works.
    Quite a time ago I was asking you some questions about thread painting as I was at the beginning of making my first pictorial quilt. I promissed to show you how it worked out. If you have a moment to spare, this is it: http://www.shape-moth.blogspot.com/2012/02/main-quilt-festivals-entry.html
    and some detailed photos: http://www.shape-moth.blogspot.com/2012/03/sewing-pictorial-quilt-2.html

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  4. Oh, Kirie, your quilt is amazing! I just left a comment on your blog. Thanks for sending me the link to the photo!

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  5. Beautiful! I think this is what I'm going to choose for the retreat! :)

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  6. It's beautiful! The threads you chose are just perfect and make the artwork come alive.

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