Inspiring Quilters, Stitch by Stitch
Kansas Hoffman Challenge, The Sunflowers and butterflies are 3D and the back ground is pieced to represent fields and a sun rise.
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Patricia, I have seen those colorful dogs and agree they would make wonderful quilts. I am working on two right now, one of my boxer and one of my Viszula! We will have to share photos of our finished work! How is your mystery quilt going?
ohhh this is just so beautiful talent!!!! I LOVE sunflowers. I have a pic i found on facebook of a pit bull, that is all different colors and i plan next year to enlarge it and quiltpaint pieces of material to represent that pic. it will be a challenge.
Beautiful. I love sunflowers and your display of talent is just amazing. Keep it up.
So very pretty!
This is beautiful. Good work.
I love this...my favorite flowers. You did a great job Lynn. I might try something like this myself. You have inspired me, thanks.......
Copy away Jeanette! I don't mind sharing at all. I sewed the back ground in long wedge strips then cut them into strips and sewed those together in a different order. It was a fun quilt to design and I hope to see pictures of your finished quilt. I call them tapestrys when they hang on the wall! Have fun :)
Thank you very much Lyn, now I can really see the detail and you have done it very cleverly. Do you mind too much if I take your format to copy - loosely. I'm in New Zealand so will not have this too near to you to spoil anything for you. I plan to make a wall hanging around 1mt x 1.25mt
Hi Jeanette, It is not a large quilt it is only about 3' x 3'. I could post some more detailed photos, if you like. No pattern, I just pieced as many sunflower fabrics as I could find together, cut them apart and sewed them together! All the pedals of the flowers are 3D, as are the butterflies.
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