Finally finished the Agave. This and four other quilts will be going to a gallery show in Austin, TX for the month of December.
This entry was posted on Monday, November 13th, 2006 at 2:43 PM. It is filed under The Work and tagged with agave.
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Absolutely GORGEOUS! Thanks for sharing!
Love the colors in this one! Do you do all the stitching freehand?
this turned out wonderful. I love how your quilting lines add texture to the agave leaves. the colors are absolutly grand and look as if the rising sun is just beginning to hit the underside of the plant
That quilt is just spectacular!
This is beautiful…painting with fiber…lovely.
I love the agave quilt, it is just beautiful. I’m so happy I will get to see it in “person” in Austin.You are a true artist!!
Sandy, I did most of the stitching in this one freehand. But on the agave leaves i found it was easier a lot of the time to stitch with a regualr straight stich contouring the leave shape and put it in reverse to go back up the leaves.
I love your Agave quilt, it really glows. And the texture from the quilting is wonderful
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