by zedna 01 Oct 2012

Using instructions from Quilting Arts Oct-Nov magazine I created this scuptural bowl.

It consists of layers of fabric pieces, thread and wool -roving sandwiched between two pieces of wash away stabilizer and stitched extensively.

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by mjdg 02 Oct 2012

Very unique! Seems like a lot of work!

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by pennyhal2 02 Oct 2012

I saw that article and wondered if it was as easy as it sounded. Yours came out beautifully! I might get up the courage to try one too!

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zedna by zedna 02 Oct 2012

Their instructions used free-motion embroidery which I can't do as I have shoulder problems . Instead I unplugged the foot pedal and pressed the button used for embroidery, used a couple of different built-in stitches and away we went!

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by loosie 02 Oct 2012

I love the color, well done :)

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by mad14kt 02 Oct 2012

This has much SWAG ;D *2U

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by spendlove Moderator 02 Oct 2012

Fabulous!

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by momhome 02 Oct 2012

Wow what a piece of art. Sounds very complicated to make - but you did a great job. Very pretty. Thanks for sharing with us.

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by robinbird 01 Oct 2012

This design reminds me of a head of lettuce& these colors are lovely too. Thanks for sharing the info on your project.:~D

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by greysewist Moderator 01 Oct 2012

That's impressive, Edna. You've gone a lot further than some of us did with the coasters we did from waste bits of embroidery thread a while back. The colours look great together, too.

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by oaro 01 Oct 2012

very interesting work looks great

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by toolips 01 Oct 2012

very cool

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by pldc 01 Oct 2012

wow looks very labor intensive, well done!

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by highlandermom 01 Oct 2012

Very nice I love to see fiber crafts.

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by aleene 01 Oct 2012

great job

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