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Landscape art quilts

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Three finished projects to start off the new year! Project #1:  Hilde Morin workshop - January 16 & 17 Six of us - Marti, Janet, Ann, MJ, Hiromi and I - gathered at Hilde Morin's beautiful studio in her home in the Portland area for Hilde's "Curves & More" workshop.  Lunch break on Day 2 This shows only about 1/3 of Hilde's studio space.  We all left with "studio envy".  Over the two days Hilde skillfully shared her design and construction techniques for creating her curved pieces. (Than

Happy New Year! Despite the long pause in postings, I did actually complete a few more sewing projects in 2014. January 2014 - Drawstring book bags for Allie and Cate's birthdays February 2014 - Robert Hughes baby quilt (I really need to consider taking a "how to photograph your quilts" workshop:) quilted with stars and spirals May 2014 - Amy Becker's HS graduation lap quilt Amy picked out fabrics at Fabric Depot during her Portland visit, Christmas 2013. I supplemented with a few fabrics I…

Texture is a fun element to add to any quilt, but it is especially fun when it can be added to an art quilt that you don’t have to worry about getting overused or laundered. Heather Thomas shows you how to make several different types of fabric tucks that can be quilted onto a piece of fabric as a way of adding quilt texture.

Texture is a fun element to add to any quilt, but it is especially fun when it can be added to an art quilt that you don’t have to worry about getting overused or laundered. Heather Thomas shows you how to make several different types of fabric tucks that can be quilted onto a piece of fabric as a way of adding quilt texture.

Pine Needles

I had both of my Grandson's for the weekend. After they left today I went back to the studio to keep working on my pine needles. I fu...

Do you remember home? My 2018 series “Home is What You Remember” starts with the concept of memory and home and turns it over and over to see in new ways. This blog post is a look inside my studio at the process of creating “We Remember it in Pieces,” an art quilt created by painting with acrylics on textiles.

Almost finished this one! (Pause for a celebratory sigh of accomplishment.) As I’m working on my 2018 series, “Home is What you Remember,” I’ve been doing a lot of process experimentation. And it seems to fit what I’m after in the meaning of the works. “Home” is a rich, deep, resonant, layered, em

Beginning Landscape Quilting Book by Nancy Zieman and Natalie Sewell as seen on Sewing With Nancy

During the three-part series, we take a simplified approach to landscape quilting. It's all about trees—dark-shaded trees, light-colored tress, snow-accented

Landscape Quilts Piece by Piece - Piecing fabrics - When to Iron! - YouTube

Go against your sewing instincts! Leave the ironing to the end of your work. Effie shows you how. For more information about Effie's work http://www.effiega...

Designing and Planning a Landscape Quilt - Art Quilts by Sharon

I’m not a sketcher or very good at drawing.but I do make some rudimentary sketches for most of my landscape quilts. These are very broad and simplistic ideas of the way I want the art quilt to flow and appear. Much of what I use the sketches for is to figure the proportions of the Read the full article...

I created this Sunset 71 over water after seeing a photo of a similar sunset.  I like the colors in this because it is a moment in time when the sunset is still quite filled with lightness, both in the sky and on the water.  I really studied the reflection on the water and noticed Read the full article...

I created this Sunset 71 over water after seeing a photo of a similar sunset. I like the colors in this because it is a moment in time when the sunset is still quite filled with lightness, both in the sky and on the water. I really studied the reflection on the water and noticed Read the full article...