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Sunday, 2 December 2012

First Sunday in Advent

The Advent parament was dedicated in church this morning,
It all started with a star, and built from there...
 
The dimensional patchwork went together slowly, one piece at a time.
 
 
 
It was layered with wool batting.
 
 
The quilting helped further emphasize the dimension achieved in the patchwork.
The fine threads are Wonderfil's "Invisifil", a 100 weight filament.
An angel was added after the quilting was complete and highlighted with silver metallic and holographic threads.
It's a lot of patchwork in a small space;  the piece measures only 20-1/4" w x 24" l.
 

12 comments:

  1. Wow--what an artist you are...it is gorgeous!

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  2. Beautiful Karen!! Absolutely beautiful!!

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  3. Oh wow!It is beautiful, and the design certainly draws the eye in toward the star just as you had intended.

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  4. Wow, your work just blows me away. I can hardly wait to see Christmas.

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  5. Oh Karen
    It is so beautiful,it is just beyond.....
    Your design sense & application is perfect.
    WOW indeed.
    mfs

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  6. Oh Karen - this took my breath away! You have such talent and vision - and you quilt pretty good too!! Thank you for sharing your beautiful work with us! Lori

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  7. Stunning.. Those prospective lines would send me running. Wow, I'm so impressed. Makes me think I should do something for my church.... maybe next year... whew...took my breath away too...

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  8. Karen, this is absolutely wonderful. You must
    be very pleased and I am sure it was well
    received by the Minister and congregation.
    You are amazing! Thanks for letting us see
    this work of art.

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  9. OMG That is gorgeous... You are the greastest!

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  10. As I said before I must go to the sanctuary to see this great piece in its intended environment. it is beautiful karen

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