Aurifil Artisan Project, September. The whole cloth Quilt.

📌✂📎 CHERISHED SISTERS, AS YOU CAN SEE, ART CAN MADE WITH ANY STUFF.

I am Pam Holland

I began this project by designing my own fabric into a panel that can be used by students and the public alike. I drew it in my iPad Pro

As you can see, I’ve added pattern and detail, and in this form, it is still in the iPad. My idea was to create a sampler of sorts including stitch styles, colour combinations and the method of using the quilting to form a whole cloth quilt. The design was printed on fine cotton by Spoonflower in the USA.

I used 12 weight cotton for the hand stitching.

80 weight cotton for the free motion stitching. I added a ceramic face, turquoise buds and buttons.

The printed panel is placed onto a background of ShweShwe fabric from South Africa. It’s heavy until washed. It appears to have a wax or starch coating so I’m using that to my advantage. The panel is…

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8 responses to “Aurifil Artisan Project, September. The whole cloth Quilt.

  1. This is so cool, I love the bright colors!

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