Friday, October 7, 2011

Storms coming

This is what I did last week. I worked on two small quilts.I was suppose to be getting ready to teach. This was more fun.

I used my newest fabric gradations, Winter Sky a gradation from black to grey and Prairie Winter a gradation from rust to blue to make this 14" x 16" quilt called Storms coming $125. If you are interested in purchasing it or the following little quilt email me frieda@friestyle.comor go to the Small quilts page on my website.

Then I dipped into my fused scrap drawer and made this wonderful little quilt "CatTails IIII" this one measures 4" x 6" and is trimmed in silk. The sky is a scrap of my fabric gradation pink sunrise, and the cat tails are made from scraps of  Limey Avocado.$75.

Both of these quilts where inspired by my daily walks with George. We have been walking around a small lake near the house with fantastic expansive views.


MulticoloredPieces said...

Stopped by from Quilter Blogs to enjoy your textile work. Like your latest small quilts and especially liked the short video about the fabrics you used. It adds so much to hear your voice.
best from Tunisia,

Frieda said...

Thank you Nadia,
I of course don't like to hear myself, but it is nice to know what people sound like it adds another dimension to the person.

Sandra said...

Frieda, your little quilts are gorgeous! I just recently joined my local PA quilters guild (I am super beginner but learning from the lovely ladies at the guild and getting inspired by my online art community like yourself). Your dye fabrics are superb great color transitions. LOVE IT!!!

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