Once printed, I heat-set it, and then with right sides together, faced it with batting, and another layer of fabric. I stitched around the perimeter, in the shape of the flower, (leaving an opening), trimmed my seams and corners, turned it right side out, and pressed it. I free motion quilted it prior to attaching it to the quilt top. It was quilted with variegated thread, and then black thread, which was King Tut from Superior Threads.
I used a Crafters Workshop Stencil that had ‘random-like’ words on it, and used a couple different colors of acrylic paints, and added this to the background fabric. Heat-set to cure.
I added some bobbin quilting, angelina, and other little trimmings of fabric for grass, toward the bottom of this piece, using my wavy rotary cutter.
Free motion quilting… simple, ‘free’ and a few flowers here and there…
Just for fun.
Because I can!
EnJOY~Soli Deo Gloria!
I absolutely LOVE your blog. Found my way here by a pin of your fabulous Art on Pinterest. You are so talented! Love all of your Works of Art! And I would Love to live in Montana! One of my most favorite states in the US. So glad I found your blog!
Delightful! I love all the bright colours and swirls, beautiful work.
I love the rich colors Leslie. It's gorgeous!
Fabulous! I love it!
Wonky inserts are a nice element.