A small A4 art quilt with a landscape them.
The fabric was textured with Golden course molding paste and snippets from a page of a book were added along the hill line. Colour was added with inktense blocks. It was quilted with bamboo wadding and backing fabric then some stitching was applied with a sewing machine. More stitching was applied by hand. The binding was also textured and painted.
Inspired by the Tyne Bridge in Newcastle below, this is an 8″ fabric swatch of a repeating pattern. The fabric is available to purchase at Spoonflower.
Two repeating fabric designs. These two are not available to purchase just yet but there are other designs available at Spoonflower.
Lana Gordon has been interviewing fabric designers who use Spoonflower over the last few weeks on her blog, my interview was posted this week.
I did this design inspired by playing cards when I was at college quite a few years ago. Earlier on in the year I altered it to make a repeating pattern and now the fabric it is available to buy from Spoonflower.
Two different photos taken from a different angle of the same thing [with a stray thread on both – where do they appear from?]
Day 26 of 30 days of creativity.
I created the background fabric some time ago, I think it was mono printed. For the challenge I did the stitching and beading.