Thursday, July 14, 2016

Under a Pieceful Sky

This week saw the finish of the landscape begun with the scrap-pieced sky. VVHH (very versatile handy husband) thinks it's weird that the sky is seam-pieced while the rest of the landscape is raw-edge applique. What can I say? It is what it is. This came together faster than I thought it would.

Under a Pieceful Sky
The binding is a darker brown than my preference, but I was determined to used something already in my stash.

Some close-ups:

The colors here are more true (at least on my monitor) than those in the first photo.

Rather dark and blurry here. Need to have a talk with my camera (again).





Next week, the batik snowflake quilt will be finished. The red batik I ordered saved it!

Have a great weekend!

Linda

6 comments:

  1. Gorgeous! 😍😍😍😍😍

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  2. Gorgeous! And those trees are amazing.

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    1. Thanks, Angie. That one on the left, the big one, was fun to put together. The other one was cut whole. I lucked out with the background color between the branches!

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  3. I'm going to have to use that technique for the sky sometime. Very effective. Love the quilting and how it blends it all together. Thanks for the posting of your techniques. Very inspiring!
    LauraT

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    1. Thank you, Laura. I love sharing the techniques, as so many have shared theirs with me!

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