Tuesday, August 14, 2007

More Quilty Inspiration

Part two, as promised! (Again, apologies for any blurry images!)

Banksia Pattern by Diane Firth

Bungle Bungles by Beth Miller

Icarus by Helen Godden

She sells sea shells by Judy Robinson

Pete's Dragon by Julie Roper

The Green Labyrinth by Elizabeth Rose

Eternity by Iris Hockley

Daggy Romily by Lily

Uh-oh. I just realised from looking at these photos that I haven't taken any of traditional quilts! The only one that could remotely qualify as traditional is Eternity, which is a string quilt. I confess I walked past most of the appliqué quilts (except for Tango in the Wind - in the previous post), as they were all in very muted colours, past the excruciatingly carefully foundation-pieced creations, and past the wholecloth quilts, which, while extraordinarily technically perfect, didn't 'do it' for me!

I just loved the landscape and abstract quilts. I think I might have to do a bit of experimenting one of these days!

I did enjoy just being surrounded by so many other quilters. It's a good feeling to know that there is such a great network out there. I look forward (around 30 years or so) to the day I retire and can do a lot more creating alongside lots of other like-minded women!


Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing Lily. They are all so amazing. I particularly love the one of the Bungle Bungles - I have wonderful memories of a trip there.

fallen~from~grace said...

Oooh I love Pete's Dragon and Icarus. They are all amazing pieces of art aren't they! So Creative. My favourite would have to be though, "Daggy Romily" by Lily LOL Very cute!