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This quilt uses some of my favorite colors in a blend of teals, black and white with touches of gold and turquoise. The entire quilt has been hand quilted with wavering water ripples and small eddies for texture and to … Continued. This is a bold color representation of the edge of a lily pond.
A quilt is a multi-layered textile, traditionally composed of three layers of fiber: a woven cloth top, a layer of batting or wadding, and a woven back, combined using the technique of quiltingthe process of sewing the three layers together. The pattern of stitching can be the key decorative element if a single piece of fabric is used for the top of a quilt a "wholecloth quilt"but in many cases the top is pieced from a patchwork of smaller fabric pieces; and the pattern and color of these pieces will be important to the design. In the twenty-first century, quilts are frequently displayed as non-utilitarian works of art  but historically quilts were often used as bedcovers; and this use persists today.
Unique, stunning and beautiful, Asian quilts are popular for their fabulous patterns and fabrics. Using bright, beautiful batik quilting fabrics, Asian quilts combine ornamental Far East-influenced fabrics and detailed quilting patterns to create intricate looks. If you have any Asian quilt prints in your stash, these free quilting patterns from The Quilting Company are perfect for your next quilting project.
Description: Designed by Paintbrush Studio for Fabri-Quilt, this cotton print fabric features colorful ears of corn that only need a pat ofbutter before eating. Perfect for quilting, apparel and home decor accents. Colors include black, brown and shades of green and
Have you ever come across quilts made with Japanese fabrics? First: discover the fabrics! Believe it or not, there is a way to replicate sashiko by machine!
Old World Quilts transports us to the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, an age of burgeoning global commerce and cultural exchange. The introduction of novel production techniques and materials, as well as the development of hybrid designs and aesthetic approaches, resulted in textile designs that are still relevant in our lives today. Prior toexisting land routes—including the Silk Road—were primary conduits for bringing Asian goods to Europe. However, the gradual loss of Roman territory in Asia and the rise of Arab power in the Middle East pushed merchants to seek other passageways.
I am so honored to be included on this wonderful post of inspiring Japanese photos. Beautifully done! Thank you!
She loves to travel. I've never been to her house, but she tells me that she has Buddhas, candles and other Asian inspired motifs in her home. She's also told me that her favorite colors are pink, purple, blue and green. I'm trying to come up with some design that incorporates all of these elements and I'm not sure which way to go with it.