Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Quilted Zentangle by Pat Ferguson


Is this incredible or what!! This is a quilted square by Pat Ferguson. Just click on her name to see more of her work. I look at this and think of all the possibilities for those that have talent with a needle and thread. I'm hooked on tangles, I just can't seem to get enough.

12 comments:

  1. That is very clever, I love quilts just never been able to make one, no patience for sewing.

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  2. Incredible indeed. I think this could be so soothing if you were to do it by hand...Well for some anyway, some would go crazy..LOL.

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  3. What a fabulous piece of artwork! I would never ever have the patience to do this on fabric, but I'm so happy that Pat does!!! Unbelievable work!!! Hugs, Terri xoxox

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  4. What a great idea!! Free motion quilters have been making zentangle backgrounds for a while--she has made this the focus of her small piece. How smart of her!!

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  5. Just to clarify--zentangle like backgrounds--not knowing they were zentangles, just patterns to fill in space on the art quilts

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  6. Wow! And here I thought drawing them out was a lot of work!!! LOL This is fabulous!

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  7. Oh this is SEW very neat! I love it!

    Hmm....tomorrow is Thimble Thursday on my blog.....but I don't know what I'm doing yet.....you always seem to get my creative wheels turning!

    thanks daisy doll!

    ciao bella

    CREATIVE CARMELINA

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  8. What an amazing artist! I've never seen zentangles done quite like this--thank you for sharing her talent Rebecca!

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  9. Wow- this is wonderful! I purchased a free motion quilt foot for my machine a while back and it's been so hot I haven't felt like experimenting. But this inspires me for maybe this fall or into winter as a project. Thanks for sharing this Rebecca and I will check out the link!

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