a challenge to create letters every week
Beautiful, Noella! Love the fabrics and the seeming simplicity of the concept.--Julie
Thanks Julie, it is very simple - but I am fortunate that I have lots of this painted worn fabric from a previous project
I love the way the patterning in the cloth creates a different look for each letter.Sandy in the UK
Yes, thanks Sandy - each combination is a new surprise
That distressed cloth looks airy but extremely fragile...do you have problems with it disintegrating?
Hi Dinah, it is sturdy enough for a an art piece as it won't be worn and washed. The letters are adhered to the background with fusible webbing for extra security.
I love their organic feel. And using "scraps" always exciting! Finshed product...all quilted/sewn together? Lovely wall hanging when done!
Hi Sally, Quilting is an interesting idea, but maybe I don't have the patience - I'm thinking a hanging book form
Impeccable as always, the colours and textures are an image in their own right. Sandra.
Thanks my friend - I am really enjoying the stitching for a change XXX
These letters are all so soft and warm N - and worn too I guess. They will look fabulous altogether!
Yes warm and fuzzy indeed - wabi sabi - and now I am backing them with dyed silk, so that's even more fum XX
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