Expressive Abstract Quilts: A Quilter's Mark Making Study--
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Mark Making Quilts with Pam
a few words about Mark Making quilts..............Think of improv piecing and appliqué as invitation to add marks to your quilt creating visual interest and movement. Consider lines, squares, triangles and circles as the vocabulary of mark making. Marks can be well placed or random, dense or sparse. Little pieces and parts coming out of nowhere, seemingly going nowhere. The very curiosity of it interests the maker and the viewer.
Consider string quilts, liberated log cabins and one patch variations as familiar starting places. Improvisation often begins with the familiar.
|10" x 11 1/2"|
I welcome you to join me at the Madeline Island School of the Arts October 2-6, 2017