Don't forget to be here first thing Monday, and every day next week, for 6 days of giveaways!
But before that let's end the week on an inspired note with 2 new pieces from customers.
Susan used the Coming Home gradient for her Convergence quilt. Normally this pattern uses 2 fabrics but with the gradient she was able to use just one piece of Coming Home for all of the fabric in the center of this quilt.
Patricia Caldwell continues to be very inspired by the area around her home in Arizona. This piece is called Red Rocks Sunrise and features a collage tree made from hundreds of bits of batik and hand dyed fabrics. The background fabrics are Sassafras and Blue Sky gradients. You can see more photos of this piece in process on Patricia's Facebook page.
Have a great weekend!
5/20/2017 10:57:43 am
Great use of your gradient fabrics! I love both quilts. Amazing that the convergence quilt only used one fabric - a great result. Love the second one too. I have a photo of a lone tree in Sedona set against those glorious red rocks that I want to turn into a quilt. Your gradient works perfectly there.
5/20/2017 02:11:37 pm
I love straight lines so the quilt by Susan Benesch - Convergence done with your fabrics really appeals to me. Beautiful.Thanks for sharing.
5/21/2017 06:44:24 am
Beautiful quilts, love the fabrics.
5/21/2017 07:53:48 am
I love them both. I have done a couple of convergence quilts and love the way they turn out. I think I should try one using gradients.
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I'm Vicki Welsh and I've been making things as long as I can remember. I used to be a garment maker but transitioned to quilts about 20 years ago. Currently I'm into fabric dyeing, quilting, Zentangle, fabric postcards, fused glass and mosaic. I document my adventures here.