Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Small quilt

I belong to a couple of online groups and one of them is Learning Fibre Arts or learningfa. Miriam, a quilter from Ireland who was here in Ontario last fall to give a workshop, kindly did an online workshop for those of us who were interested. The workshop was called Irish Landcape and here's my completed quilt.

The whole quilt is raw edged applique. You were encouraged to place the fabrics of your choice randomly. Different weights of fabrics could be used - silk, satin, corduroy, cotton, laces, threads, etc. It was all to be done very freely. I had some netting that I scrunched up and I also took a bunch of threads and encased them under some netting in the lower right. It was a lot of fun and I may just do another one in the future. Right now I am a bit pressed for time.


Note: Miriam is the same lady who designed the Emma's Trees as it is named for her daughter.

10 comments:

  1. beautiful "irish landscape" dolores!! you chose the perfect fabrics for this....and i love the idea of scrunching up the netting! bravo! :))

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  2. How absolutely gorgeous!! I've never seen anything like this small quilt, I just love it. I hope you sent a picture to Miriam to show her? No doubt she will be very proud that her online workshop produces such beautiful work:-) xoxo

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  3. I like fabric art.

    Dolores, this has such charm.
    Love it x x x

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  4. This is a lovely piece Dolores! Thank you for telling us how you made it - interesting process & sounds like fun.

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  5. Hi Dolores,

    I love your little Irish landscape quilt and what a wonderful idea.
    Must have been fun to make this.

    Happy week
    Hugs
    Carolyn

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  6. That sounds exactly like my favorite kind of quilting - I love this! You did a marvelous job!

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  7. I love your "Irish Landscape"
    These little pieces really pack a punch.
    Thanks for sharing
    xoxo
    ((((hugs))))
    Maggie

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  8. very cool- looks like fun- oh, the endless possibilities....

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  9. Oh that must have been fun to make! Love it! 8-)

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