Wholecloth Quilts In The Making

I’ve begun to take some of the  pieces that I printed this summer and transform them into wholecloth quilts.  This one I’m calling “Solar” and stitched it both by machine and by hand. It’s  about 14″ X 21″ inches.  I’m pretty happy with how it turned out.  This was sun printed using Jacquard Solar Fast Ink.


Linking up with Nina Marie’s Off The Wall Friday post.

13 thoughts on “Wholecloth Quilts In The Making

    1. Thanks! I usually placed a sheet of acrylic over the top if it was windy, at least for awhile. Also, I used large acrylic trays to place the while thing in before I applied the leaves and, to some extent, this keeps them a bit protected (the kind you buy as a molded picture frame)or placed the trays over the cloth.


  1. beautiful colours, layers, textures. great work! if you get a chance sometime, post a bit on how you got those leaves and ferns printed on? it looks really cool. I’m not familiar with the process you’ve used but am quite intrigued! very impressed with your hand stitching


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