Quilted Nerve Cells

The nerve cells are outline quilted with a metalic thread with wool batting, so they are puffy and round. The background is quilted with monofilament that is clear enough to not cover the nerve-like designs in the hand dyed fabric, but it sparkles just enough to be seen. This piece is about 10 inches square.

4 Responses to “Quilted Nerve Cells”

  1. Cathy says:

    This is so gorgeous, what are the dimensions? I watched “What the Bleep” recently and I saw a clip there that reminded me of this piece.

  2. Joanne S says:

    Wow. I thought the stem cells were amazing. Now nerve cells. The quilting is definitely doing it’s job!

  3. Micki says:

    The colors in this piece are so gorgeous. The quilting really makes it work.

  4. Joanne S says:

    I described your quilted stem and nerve cells to a young man taking out a book on stem cells at the library yesterday. He was captivated!!! And my word picture didn’t do them justice. What would he have thought of the “real” thing??

Drop me a note

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Find Me on:

14QA-TV-Badge-series1300_PEREZQuilting Arts TV
100 episode 106
200 episode 213
300 episode 312
500 episode 510,
700 episodes 702, 709, 710
900 episodes 902, 905, 912
1000 episodes 1009
1200 episodes 1201, 1207, 1208
1300 episode 1303