Thursday, March 3, 2011

I named my newest Priority quilt Abundance

I got the concept from a Dover royalty-free image and the fabric paper from I love using fabric paper for fusible appliqué because it cuts and stays fray-free. The Dover image was just a sort of curve of pedal-shaped shapes and I read it as a flower so took it from there. The background is commercial batik, and the binding is hand dyed fabric from Beth at FMQed in leaves.


  1. This is elegant in its simplicity ... or at least it's seeming so. Looking deeper into it, I see the complexity and depth. Interesting border treatment with the crossed couched yarn at the corners.

    Now I'm off to google "fabric paper" ;-)

  2. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this piece! PLEASE let me know when it comes up for sale or auction? I want it!!