March 6, 2010

Quilting in 3-D

 

  
 

  

  

  

 

8 comments:

the wild magnolia said...

I love the vivid jump out at you colors and figures. Beautimus.

Lynn said...

oh my, what patience this must take...all those little itty bitty stitches...so well done. Are they all apart of a larger piece? Want to see, want to see!!!

Quilt Architect said...

No they are not part of something else. I was going to use them as hand made beads in a sculpture for the bead Journal project. I actually do the BJP the next year and so these were just a remnant of an idea. I am posting them because Arlee at Albedo Design Journal said that she was going to experiment around with 3-D and fabric. Hope it inspires her, or becomes a jumping off point. I showed you that I had a little sewing kit that I could take with me. The hand is made from tee shirt fabric that i just rolled or otherwise folded into shape and sewed down.
Use what you can and acknowledge me if you will.

Sandra said...

I think this 3 d quilting is great! Just imaginine all the forms you could make with it.
It has a gypsy feel to it.

The fearless threader said...

These are incredibly cool.

ancientcloth said...

Clever!
Love that cup!
You are so creative.
<3

mimilove forever said...

Love the wee figures and the colours are just joyous!

JafaBrit's Art said...

these are wonderful and yes, I LOVE the colours and creativity.

thanks for all the comments on my blog :)