large improvised patchwork quilt featuring hand embroidery and quilting
Part of Black & White Twelve Quilts group show, an exhibition that celebrates the craft of quilting. The show brings together the work of 12 textile artists from The United States and Canada. Unified by the black and white theme of the show, each artist explores the use of materials and processes within their individual approach to quilting. The objective of the exhibition is to showcase the work of a contemporary quilt community, a community united by a love of the craft and who all feel a strong connection to its history.
The show also features the work of Lindsay Stead, Maura Ambrose, Season Evans, Emily Fischer, Mariah Gillespie, Meg Callahan, Lesley Gold, Coulter Fussell, Pamela Wiley, Erin Wilson, and Kiva Motnyk.
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Decorative quilt peppered with hand stitching and tufting.
improvised patchwork quilt with hand painted cotton fabrics
hand appliqued quilt
improvised patchwork quilt
This graphic quilt features a contrasting focal point that houses a hand embroidered centerpiece block.
Quilt design submitted and chosen for The Modern Quilt Guild's 2015 QuiltCon show.
This quilt came from elements I took from an old mathematics book cover. After finessing a bit with the placement of my blocks, I chose an austere and contrasting color palette that would resonate the book's subject and time period.
Pieced together by Jen Carlton Bailly and quilted by Gina Pina.
Small embroidered windows are laid throughout this meticulous mini patchwork quilt. A marriage of two fiber arts create an improvised work with sharp color, shape, and angles.
This mini improvised quilt is an artistic interpretation on the very traditional sawtooth borders and blocks.
A 100% experimental and improvised quilt. Made with zero rules, and accented hand couching and quilting.