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Monday, March 02, 2009

Playing With Curves


I thought I'd try playing a bit with curves instead of straight lines. I'm using the Australian fabric again. I've only had time to start but now I have a dentist appointment so I'll have time to think of where to take it from here.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

i think this suits the aussie fabric much more than the other design - the fabric is so earthy and the way you've done it here, it looks like layers of the earth. it does remind me of some of alison's work with the midden shells and stuff...
beautiful stuff, mum!
love carm

Judith said...

I like it. Go with it and see where it takes you.

jovaliquilts said...

Oh lovely! I never think of brown as a happy fabric, but with the curves this is lilting and joyful in look, very cool indeed.

Lynn said...

It flows beautifully...

Libby said...

I saw a demo with 'free form gentle curves' once . . . . it looked like a lot of fun *s*

paula, the quilter said...

I have always loved this type of curve. It reminds me of earthen strata no matter what color. I can't wait to see what you do with it.

Cher said...

love these curves-I just received more Aussie fabric today from a friend...cool to see what you are doing with yours

Ali Honey said...

Yes, that earthy strata look has lots of possiblilties.
I hope the dentist was kind to you.

Clare said...

Chocolate Layer Cake (sorry - I couldn't resist)!

I'd love to be able to do curves one day. I'm going to start on the Swiggles that Tonya linked to last year.