Tuesday, 31 July 2018

Spiral Bling

This project theme took me down memory lane with high school geometry and mathematical formulas, but with a much happier ending than final semester test! 

While cleaning out one of my craft areas, I came upon beads and cording that would work well to enhance my piece. 

For more information about how I went about creating this art quilt project, visit my blog, Patchwork Breeze.

Here is the final project, of which I am very pleased. 



13 comments:

  1. Oh, that is amazing! I love the color palette, the quilting, and the way you even used a spiral print for the back! Fabulous!

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    1. Thank you. I was surprised to find the spiral print in my stash--after the front was done!

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  2. There is a lot of maths in these spirals isn't there? I love your quilting on this piece.

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    1. I skimmed the rudimentary parts of the math to make this. I am interested in delving a bit deeper, though. Thank you.

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  3. You really set yourself some challenges! This is fantastic Nancy - I'm not surprised you are pleased.

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  4. ooh that makes me want to touch it. Very effective and I love your use of colour in the spiral.

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    1. It is fun to touch. Thank you.

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  5. This is such a pretty piece. I love the embellishments and color.
    xx, Carol

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  6. This is a gorgeous quilt. The colours are beautiful and the quilting and embellishment create a wonderfully luxurious textured effect. Congrats :)

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  7. So precise, I would never have thought to off set the blocks, but it really adds to the spiral.
    Such a pretty mini-quilt

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  8. I love the colours, the braid, and the beads. It was good to see the back with the full effect of your quilting too!
    A wonderful piece, Nancy!
    Barbara x

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