Friday, July 18, 2008

More Quiltlets!





I managed 4 more Quiltlets in my little series. I do still have to adhere them to the 300 lb. watercolor paper and make hangers but that's the fast, easy part! I may have to take a short break from them... I feel like painting now and I'm getting tired of looking at the massive pile of fabric on my art table!

Have to go get ready for dinner... we have plans with friends.

7 comments:

jackie said...

Four more beautiful works of art, Angie! I love your use of vibrant colors!
hugs,
jackie

primdollie said...

wow love these quilties!! very fun love the textures and the colors!! great job!!

Karen Owen said...

These just get better and better!
they have all been gorgeous, but these 4 have something really special going on.

Val Foster said...

These are really cool, Angie. I love them. Our book arts group will be making a fabric book in the near future. Remember, Karen is our fearless leader. And I'm trying to gear up for that, by collecting different fabrics, and trying to come up with ideas on how to use them, and how to bind the book. I also bought the Clover needle felting tool and mat, and plan to use needle felting on my fabric book. Your Quilties here are inspirational. Thanks.

karan said...

These are so COOL! I love the textured, layerd look, and the colors are amazing the way you use them. You have inspired me to try some for card making with the kids...

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Elizabeth in NM said...

What a great way to use up those scraps--mine are starting to overtake my workspace, I might have to try something like that. Thanks for sharing your beautiful work!