(1024 @ 3/4″)
(256 @ 1/2″)
Art, inspiration, photography, quilt, sew
August 24, 2015
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This makes me smile. Thank you.
i love this! i love process photos and should think about taking more of my own work. the only issue is that i find my work boring. ;)
The 1024 started me thinking about screen resolutions and dpi. At 1/2″ finished you’re getting four dpi (well, per sq inch – this is not my native area). If you could get completely ridiculous and finish at 1/4″ you could up your bandwidth to 16dpi. But it’s still nothing compared to computers, yet quilts and art can communicate so much more with comparatively so much less. It’s beautiful.
The bit of text that you have reads like web color / image coding. It is really fun to see a small print or HST sprinkled in the mix.
Such precision! And the color is luminous.
WOW, Love the look but hate the sewing of these tiny pieces. I’m impressed.
I love the way the light plays over the surface of these squares!
Beautiful! Love the colors
Wow! That is so impressive. I love the colors and the attention to detail. Everything is so precise. Well done!
Oh, the quilt of small squares is expanding nicely. I hope Emily sees these photos of the backs:)
Just love this. The color and the scale are so amazing.
The light coming through the squares is so wonderful and I love sewing the back of the piecing
“Seeing the back.” Although it’s pretty cool that it auto contexts to sewing
wheeeee, love it!
oooooo. soooo nice! thanks for sharing!
So beautiful. Especially adore the back-lit one!
lovely to see this. I’ve been on a trip with no internet for a week and now I’m playing catchup. I think this is a highlight of everything in my Feedly that I’ve seen so far.
I feel like I you inhabit a foreign world of the “littles” while I reside in the house of “big”. I love visiting your pretty space-it always inspires me
You are a mad scientist. It’s almost like you’ve put all those little colorful pieces into a cauldron and mixed them up. I mean it as a compliment though. Fun and riotous color!
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