New-To-Me Technique – Falling Leaves

IMG_9659This QuiltToon is a result of the “assignment” given to participants at a Fiber Artists group I’ve started attending.  A technique, from artist Noriko Endo, of using fabric pieces secured under netting on a fabric backing was the assignment.  So this is my creation.   It was fun to do and I think I’ll use it again.

9″ X 8.5″.  Machine top-stitched and quilted. Free motion thread painting.

Completed August 2013.

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I'm a news junkie and have opinions about everything! I consider myself a folk artist because I have no formal art training and use the sewing skills I learned many moons ago to accomplish the fiber art I seem to have to express.
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9 Responses to New-To-Me Technique – Falling Leaves

  1. Joyce Loewen says:

    Wow I love it! Looks so real! Also so unique.

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  2. Denise Kisabeth says:

    This looks really cool! Hoping to get to the library this week to see the exhibit!

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  3. Martha Hipp says:

    This one is gorgeous! I love the colors and the composition. The more you do this, the better you are getting in all aspects.
    Martha Hipp

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  4. Judy says:

    This worked well. I like it.

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  5. Nancy Shaw says:

    I have read about this but not tried it. It certainly works for this piece. Lovely. It looks like the leaves are falling.

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  6. Espirational says:

    I love using the netting that way. Your piece turned out great!

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