A Few Little Pieces

I’ve been working on  some small pieces over the past few weeks. Here’s a look.

The piece on the left entitled Testing the Water #1  is the 6″ x 8″ piece I’ve contributed to the SAQA Spotlight Auction that will be held during the SAQA Convention in Lincoln, Nebraska at the end of April 2017. Go here for more about the Studio Art Quilt Associates (SAQA).

The piece on the right entitled Three Fridays Intersect is a 7″ x 10″ piece that will be part of the SAQA-Atlantic 2017 Trunk Show to travel throughout the Atlantic region in the coming months.

Last but not least is something in a more traditional vein. Below is the 10″ x 10″ block  I have contributed to the group quilt being made by the Celtic Quilt Guild in celebration of Canada 150 – the sesquicentennial. (How could I resist a chance to use that word!) The quilt will be made up of original designed blocks featuring each province and territory. My block represents Manitoba. I have attempted to capture the wheat fields, the water, the hills and the unique Red River cart that played a significant role in land transportation in the area that eventually became Manitoba. The background of the block is hand appliqued. The cart is machine stitched and the cattails are embroidered and embellished with wool needle felting for the fuzzy tops. A fun project!

Manitoba Block .JPG

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4 thoughts on “A Few Little Pieces

  1. Very beautiful Kristi! They all are very unique and I love your block that represents Manitoba.. The little river cart is absolutely stunning

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    • Thanks Deb. I’ve been having a great time exploring some new techniques this winter but it was really fun to combine some traditional hand applique with the machine stitching on the red river cart. I often think of your wonderful hand applique pieces.

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  2. Hello Kristi. I really liked your “Manitoba” piece as well as the other two experimental pieces. Elinor

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