I’ve always been fascinated with creating pieces that are two-sided.
Each quilt, whether it is designed to be so or not, has two sides.
I choose to create pieces that offer the viewer something to look
at if they take the time to look at the other side. Sometimes it is
just having a solid back fabric and changing the bobbin thread, so
that a thread painted version of the front appears on the back, such
as with the Blue Heron pieces. Other times, I’ll have pieces
of fabric that correspond directly with fabric on the front of the
piece, such as with my Color Blocks series. This offers lots of design
and quilting opportunities.
3rd in the series of Color Blocks Quilts.
Cotton fabric; cotton, rayon, polyester,
and invisible threads
37” h x 56”w
Columbia River Gorge Quilt Show
Place, Machine Quilting
Place, Wall or Miniature