Because I have been guilty of commenting on quilts that “it’s not working,” and have tried to get more specific, I really appreciated this blog post by Elizabeth Barton. Hope you like it too.
Filed under design, quilting
Tagged as art quilts
Interesting perspective, for sure. I agree.
Thank you for the link. I often have a pretty good idea what’s wrong with a quilt, and it usually involves using a fabric I bought specially for it, which sits perfectly with the other colours as a set, in small quantities, but is perfectly and horrendously wrong in larger pieces. My stubborn inner frugalist doesn’t want me to remove it and using something else. My artistic eye, however, is screaming at me!
Interesting. Outside my realm. Not because everything always works, it doesn’t, but because I don’t do art quilts. I just like reproducing what I like. =)
That was an interesting perspective, thanks!
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