A Day to Think About Color and Quilts

September 26, 2008 § Leave a comment

Today it is raining heavily due to two storms coming north along the Atlantic coast.
It's dark and glum outside.
BUT, we can always think about color and quilts.

Some of my work can be seen on the INfiber website at: http://indyfiber.com/artists/schuetz.html
Looking at the photos and the colors makes me smile.
INfiber is a group of twenty-one fiber artists who
meet at the Indianapolis Art Center in Indianapolis
on the first Sunday monthly.  Great group!

These two quilted pieces were completed and then hand stitched onto Fabric stretched
over canvas on stretcher frames.  



Above is Virginia Bluebells, which is of dupioni silk that I had hand dyed using MX procion dyes.



Above is Queen Ann's Lace by the Sea, which is cotton. What you see is a photo transfer that is machine quilted. The background on the stretcher frame is one of my hand dyed cottons.
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