Thanks, this is a great visual "how to."
I agree with Gene Black. I love the "peek" into the design process. This is very helpful as I attempt colorwash. Thank you.
It looks like an unfolding, moving rainbow!
beautiful to see it put together like this.
Excellent teaching tool !
I see you used two design walls for this quilt, for some reason, I thought it was smaller. Thanks for showing us how you added each color, sure turned out great.
Thanks for sharing your process/progress.
What a fun collage that is!
I bet it would be really fun to take a whole lot of photos during your work on a quilt like this and make them into a film. So the quilt would come together in a couple of minutes of film, via still shots put together. I can't remember what that's called, but have seen it done with a plant or a child growing, for example.I'm not suggesting you do it, it's the kind of thing a photographer or filmmaker is more likely to do, I guess. But it's fun to watch. And your lovely collage put me in the mind of those types of films.
It's fantastic to see the stages and watch it all develop into the wonder that it becomes. Thank you so much for sharing.Jo x
so interesting and I love your friend's quilt LO.Jo
Beautiful. You really have a talent for colour wash.
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