Monday, August 11, 2008

#23-"Black, White, Red Bargello"

For a little change, I thought that this contemporary, abstract pattern can illustrate the broad range of quilt patterns in the exhibit. The information with this quilt reads: Sarb Khalso/Pattern-Chris Timmons, Espanola, NM

13 comments:

  1. Love the colors and curved design. I love seeing good craftmenship.

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  2. That is very neat! Quite a pattern.

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  3. on dirait une pièce manquante d'un puzzle. superbe ces couleurs.

    it looks like a missing piece of a puzzle. these beautiful colors.

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  4. That is quite beautiful and if a quilt it is remarkable.

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  5. And when you enlarge the photo, WOW!
    Norma from Sequim knows many things about quilting and patchwork, I hope she"ll see your posts.

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  6. I am always amazed at the creativity and workmanship in quilts. I can't really fathom how long they must take and the attention to detail required. Your quilt series has been so very interesting. Thanks for sharing with us.

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  7. I expected to see crocheted or knitted stitches rather than quilted fabric. Truly an amazing piece.

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  8. That's absolutely beautiful. These artists are just so creative and talented. I'd be very happy to own a piece like this.

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  9. Quilting is an American artfrom that has only recently taken off in the UK. i have found all these images to be so striking in detail. Wonderful sets of poste.

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  10. Gorgeous design and very well photographed. I love the colors, the fluid design and the rhythm.

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  11. This is my favorite of the quilts! When I owned the store, we used to do bargello using paper.

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  12. where can I find pattern for quilt?

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  13. where can I find pattern for this quilt?

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