…squishy all over?
Just revisiting this second paper quilt (made with my collaborator Ethan Berkove). Finally borrowed it back from the gallery to get a few photos.
Off to Rhinebeck for the NY Sheep and Wool Festival this weekend! See ya!
Art, inspiration, photography, quilt, sew
October 16, 2013
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GAH. It’s amazing! Have a great time at Rhinebeck! I’ll miss seeing you there this time!
Your photos are amazing! (As is the piece.)
Have a great time this weekend!
I love these images!
I want one I want one
So, curious… is that fragile or pretty durable. It looks like you folded the paper to make it durable. Can it fully be used?
Such interesting texture! Also, have happier words than “Off to Rhinebeck for the NY Sheep and Wool Festival this weekend” ever been written? Have fun!
This is absolutely LOVELY! Can I have it??? ;-)
I love the texture!
And have fun at the Sheep and Wool Festival! I’d never heard of one until recently, on a podcast … sounds like heaven for knitters/crocheters/spinners!
Beautiful. Have fun with the sheep n wool!
it’s amazing! Reminds me a little of the newspapers-stuffed-with-straw thing that poor folk in the UK used as bedding in times past.
wait – that sounds wrong! I meant in its utilitarian feel, not that it looks like a giant bag of newspaper and straw ;-)
I think this is just amazing. Really inspiring.
Have a fun time.
It is really amazing. Thanks for pictures! Have a great time at Rhinebeck.
I love the images, and would love to see this in real life. Have fun at Rhinebeck!
oh the paper quilts are amazing – enjoy Rhinebeck!
I find this paper quilt so fascinating. I can’t begin to imagine how you’d start making a paper quilt. There’s a lady doing a quilt along for a textures quilt, a recent block was very similar to the blocks above in your photo. Wonder if her other textures would spark further paper quilt inspiration for you?
I love all that shadow and texture.
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