Friday, 26 November 2010

Raw egde applique - WOLF miniquilt

I decide to try something new... again ;) I like challanges.

Once while reading some blog I spotted a miniquilt made with a raw egde applique technique. It wasn't simply sewing some flowers on top of the white fabric, but instead, it looked like a painting.

I wanted to try if I can create something myself :)

And here it is...

my

Wolf mini(micro)-quilt



I used bondaweb fliseline to do it and after placing all peaces of fabric on their places, I quilted the wolf.



The frames around the wolf and the back are in different shades of brown. For me it looks a little bit like a wooden frame :)


Hope you like it :)
I have to say I'm especially proud of this one ^.^


14 comments:

  1. It looks awesome! You should be proud!

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  2. Wow! Color me impressed, that's amazing. PS We're featuring your cute pink clutch tomorrow on Quiltstory!

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  3. Beautiful work, you have a wonderful sense of colour and space. The wolf looks so realistic. I think your pink clutch is really cute too.

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  4. This is amazing! :) Great work!

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  5. Wow, you should be proud. That is awesome!

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  6. Great job! I does look like a painting.

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  7. It really does look like a piece of fine art! I like how you gave the wolf fur texture with the quilting and the 'frame' really finished it off too!! Will you tell us more about how to do this? I can see wanting to try this!

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  8. That is one gorgeous piece of art! Beautiful!

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  9. WOW! You did a fantastic job! That's so impressive! You have a good reason to be proud. :)

    ~Chelsea

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  10. You really can be proud!
    Wonderful quilt!

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  11. I like it!
    Huge amount of work put in it-the smaller - the more difficult.The view and idea of the wolf's 'face' seems to be really original and different:-)I like the colouristics too.
    Regards-HalinaDK-

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  12. Wilk jest rewelacyjny! Przepięknie dobrane kolory tkanin.

    Serdecznie pozdrawiam :)

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