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Friday, August 26, 2011

In my stash.......

This is one of the wierdest fabrics in my collection.  I thought I should share it with you.

33 comments:

Carol said...

I love it! You're not going to cut it in small pieces, are you? Too cool.

Maria said...

Wow! I'm lost for words! lol I saw a number of paintings in the Guggenheim like this when I was in the US earlier this year and previously I'd dismissed that sort of art as being weird...but after reading and looking at examples at the Guggenheim, I love it!

Julie Bagamary said...

HMMMM - so what's your plan??

Impera_Magna said...

Incredible... wherever did you find it?

Gene Black said...

WOW I love that, it reminds me of a Kandinsky painting (Russian Artist from the early 1900s)

How big is that piece? It would make a great panel for a "modern" art quilt.

patty a. said...

I love weird so this is right up my alley! How much of it do you have? I know I don't have anything that weird in my stash. You have set the bar way to high for the rest of us!

frebblebit said...

Whoa.

Louise said...

Oh My ! That is beautiful ! I agree that needs to be framed .

Terri Stegmiller said...

very intriguing!

Vivian said...

My goodness! It's totally cool, but definitely challenging for the ordinary quilter. You'll use it wisely. It looks like a Picasso painting viewed through a prism. :)

Vicki said...

I also love it, just for being so completely different. I agree with Gene it needs to be part of an art quilt.

Sheila said...

I think it should be framed. Love it! Do you remember where you bought this piece of fabric?

judy Cloe said...

Would you believe I have some also but in a different color. It's been sitting in my stash a long time.

karenfae said...

wow that is a weird fabric, I have never seen one like that.
Karen
http://karensquilting.com/blog/

Gayla Nehmelman said...

wow!!! That is really wild, but i like it!

I quilt for fun said...

Perfect for a one block wonder and your 60 degree die! If you had the heart to cut it up and there was enough of it.....makes me wonder what is my "weirdest" fabric....

Jan

iquiltforfun.blogspot.com

Bonnie H said...

I agree with Vivian...my first thought was Picasso.....

MN2NM said...

That is really striking! I can't wait to see what it wants to become :) Cut small or kept whole, it will definitely add interest. I really love it! As someone else said, I'm now wondering what my "weirdest" fabric is, too!

hetty said...

Weird, yes, but I love it.

Belinda said...

Oh My Wanda!!! Wild n Crazy but indeed COOL!!!!!

Diane said...

Just curious, how much of it do you have?

Anonymous said...

Looks like a Picasso!

Muddling Through said...

How very Picasso-ish! I have some fabrics that I have no clue what to do with, though none quite so exotic as this. I figure sooner or later it will come to me what to do. LOL

cwinter said...

I agree with the others--it reminds me of Picasso. I would love to see what you do with this fabric.

Wendy said...

What neat fabric!

Janet said...

What a fabulous piece of fabric!

Sue said...

Whoa! That fabric is really different. I wonder what you were thinking you would use it for when you bought it? And, what will you use it for now?

Lynne said...

Wow! That is different! It would be a shame to cut it up!

Pat said...

Now that's my kind of print fabric. I LOVE it. I can't wait to see how you use it. In the 80s I would have made a jacket out of it.

Pat said...

Now that's my kind of print fabric. I LOVE it. I can't wait to see how you use it. In the 80s I would have made a jacket out of it.

l.wilks11 said...

I would love to get into the mind of this artist just to see what their thinking was . Lovely.....xx

karmacreationsk.3@gmail.com said...

I'd love to know if it is still available and from where it came!

Cheezdoodle said...

I have that in bright yellow! It is definitely my weirdest fabric. I used it in challenge packets for my guild.
Julie