I would love to read your comments (I LOVE comments!), but owing to wanting to visit as many entrants as possible, I won't be answering comments this time. But I will gladly visit your blog and leave a comment for you! I hope you understand.
I'm going to share a quilt that has been done for a couple of years, so I apologize to my regular readers for any boring repetitiveness. Please bear with me. I've entered this quilt in the Two Color Quilt category. You can see my other entry in the Quilt Festival by going here.
|Touch of Black: A Study in Minimalism|
30 inches by 38 inches
I didn't know at the time that I first saw her work that Yoshiko had come out with her own line of fabrics. I decided to just use some of my graphic black & white fabrics that I had been stockpiling. (AKA "The Stash") So, lots of white fabric with a few fussy-cut black & white pieces.
This quilt was also going to be my challenge quilt for my guild that year, and we were suppose to do log cabins, which were perfect for this self-challenge. You can read more about my process here. My log cabins aren't perfect and I didn't win anything in the challenge competition, but this is still one of my favorite quilts. I still love the not-so-straight-line quilting that I did on this quilt. It doesn't distract your eye from the black graphic elements. This quilt just makes me happy when I look at it, which is a success in my book!
As a matter of fact, I'm thinking of making another one! Maybe the next one will be in black with white accents. Hmmmm..... I still have lots of black & white strips cut.
I would be honored if you would vote for my quilt for your favorite in the Two Color Quilt category. Thank you!