Sunday, November 7, 2010

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When I was in art class in 7th and 8th class I learned how to draw in perspective . Woopy do. That woman almost throttled my artistic abilities for life. Seriously , making crepe paper twistys stuck on with paste in 1st grade was more creative . God bless Mrs. Melcher.
These days I am into 3-d quilting . I have always liked trapunto . That's where your quilt is stuffed with an extra layer of batting. Now I am drawn to adding dimension with extra layers of fabric folded to create curves.
The photo of gold and maroon is a placemat from a pattern called Desert Rose. http://www.southwindquilts.com/ Annette is a talented quilter and her patterns are great. I am teaching the Peeled back patch work technique at Dragonfly quilt shop on Nov. 16th. The Dresden plate block is from a magazine. After seeing the pattern again( I pulled it out of my magazine to make one day ) in a borrowed magazine I knew I had to make it .
Each section of the plate has a folded triangle sewn into it and then opened up in-between. I am making 5 as my table is round a table runner isn't enough.

At home on the farm ............