Cinde Hoppe. I am no quilter. I can’t stitch in a straight line for one thing. But if I were quilting these clouds, I wouldn’t have to. This is really beautiful. I can’t figure out if it is all fabric pieced together or if the artist painted on the fabric first and then quilted on top of it. If the latter, I could see this as a future project of mine.

Cinde Hoppe. I am no quilter. I can’t stitch in a straight line for one thing. But if I were quilting these clouds, I wouldn’t have to. This is really beautiful. I can’t figure out if it is all fabric pieced together or if the artist painted on the fabric first and then quilted on top of it. If the latter, I could see this as a future project of mine.

This lovely art quilt by Lorraine Roy, Escarpment #34, is a beautiful example of complementary red-orange and blue-green.

This lovely art quilt by Lorraine Roy, Escarpment #34, is a beautiful example of complementary red-orange and blue-green.

I ❤ beading & machine embroidery . . . Chaos of Creation~ From the Rocks & Water Gallery. Size in inches: 5¾ x 18¼ Mounted size: 9 x 22 inches. In the private collection of George Wilson & Claire McClenny. ~By Larkin Jean Van Horn  Techniques used:  machine stitching, hand beading  Materials:  hand-dyed cotton and silk organza; stone donut cabochon; glass seed and bugle beads; pressed glass beads

I ❤ beading & machine embroidery . . . Chaos of Creation~ From the Rocks & Water Gallery. Size in inches: 5¾ x 18¼ Mounted size: 9 x 22 inches. In the private collection of George Wilson & Claire McClenny. ~By Larkin Jean Van Horn Techniques used: machine stitching, hand beading Materials: hand-dyed cotton and silk organza; stone donut cabochon; glass seed and bugle beads; pressed glass beads

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