Welcome to my Quilting blog. I love quilt, love quilting but got bored with traditional quilting. My solution was to try new technique and inspiration. Follow me in my journey of discovery who is my inner artist. Visit my web site at: https://www.yanickaquilt.com/ or contact me at email@example.com
Beautiful beautiful work. I'm a process person, so when I see stunning work like this, I can feel the "ZEN" you felt while painstakingly stitching it out. Just lovely!ReplyDelete
Thank you....you are right, this work was really a Zen experience :)Delete
It would have been hard to lay this one aside, very eye catching.ReplyDelete
Thank you. I have the attention span of a fly ;)Delete
this is so beautifully quiltedDelete
It's a beautiful quilt and will make a beautiful pillow!ReplyDelete
That's lovely! Beautiful quilting!ReplyDelete
Your quilting compliments the linen perfectly - well done!ReplyDelete
Thanks for linking up at Midweek Makers
That's a stunning piece! I'm trying to discern what was there before you started quilting (sorry if you have written about that before, I didn't see it) - were the leaf shapes and the outline shapes hand-stitched?ReplyDelete
http://yanickahachez.blogspot.ca/2016/03/antique-linens.html?m=1 you can see a bit of the linen at the bottom of the pile. The leafs were already there.Delete
Hi Yanicka, Your piece is beautiful. I love how you've highlighted the original artist's work.ReplyDelete
I like the effect created by combining antique cloth (with embroidery) and modern quilting. The result is quite lovely. The green adds a nice burst of color. This will make a gorgeous pillow.ReplyDelete
This is so lovely! I would never have thought of using an old piece of linen in this way. The quilting and the added green for the leaves add a whole new dimension.
Thank you for linking up with Free Motion Mavericks!