Monday, June 28, 2010

The next step.


Tigger isn't sure either. I've added corners (for want of a better term) to my Hollow cubes . I have a hard time with the uneven edges so I decided to even it up and charcoal seemed most appropriate. I'm not sure if I will add any more borders to it. If I do it will probably be a jewel tone...maybe red. I'm still fascinated with the 3D effect. What would smaller cubes in the corners and borders of charcoal do to it?
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7 comments:

Homemade Quilts by Granny said...

I like the 3D effect to....its pretty......... I think any color you chose will work. Trish

Heather said...

Just looking at this amazes me at what can be done with some fabric and thread! Hugs.

Sewlmate Sister said...

Love, love , love it...I understand you have to square it up...but I think I would put a little something in one corner....maybe one tilted block...I know how hard it is to step "out of the box" LOL

Peg said...

Lovely quilt. I came over to your blog after you commented on one of my posts of our trip to Oregon. Thanks for visiting! I'm always looking for more quilters in Canada, wish I could meet them all in person, but really enjoy the stories and inspiration via blog-land. I'll be following and look forward to learning from your expertise.

Riel said...

This is cool. Maybe in the corners you could just use one third of a block, the diamond with triangles inside, and set it at an angle so it is pointing at your awesome squares ... I don't even know if this can be done, but it is fun to think of possibilities ... I think the designing aspect of quilting is the most fun! It will be a beautiful quilt whatever you choose!

GailM. said...

I love mathy type of quilts too. I attended a lecture last year at UNB by a professor of Math from Alberta who presented lots of interesting math quilts. I'm sure this was one of them. I like that you put corners on them.

American Quilter's Society said...

It's great! Excellent. Can't wait to read more from you.

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