Monday, 25 February 2013

Finishing off a UFO

 "Fractured"
Last September I started the "Pervalong" with Charlotte over at
Displacement Activity



This was as far as I got.



Until the other day when I found the above blog and decided to turn
this forgotten UFO into a finish.  Those who follow me on Instagram (lilabellelane)
would have seen these picturess pop up over there as I was working on this one.



First I doubled its size then realised that I have lost the
piece of paper with the colours that I've used listed so purchasing of more
fabrics to finish it as per the Quilt along was not an option so I decided
to go  into "freestyle mode" and see where it took me.



After looking at the Flickr group I decided to be different
and set my middle blocks on point but it still needed something.

Ahh, I like this :o)
 


The two pieced borders are 3" and the other 2 are 2"
Then did a little machine quilting and some hand quilting.



I am now pleased to say that it is finished.
I LOVE my new Modern Mini Artwork.
 


It is now keeping my Swoon Quilt company! lol



It is finished at 28" square

 
The hand quilting is hard to capture but in real life it draws the eye to the centre.

Enjoy your day
Hugs, Sharon

18 comments :

  1. Your new quilt looks gorgeous on the wall.

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  2. Oh Sharon... it's truly gorgeous! What a great use of an orphan and some imagination! Well done! :)

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  3. wow Shaz this is awesome my friend,you have done a fantastic job of this,i love it,it is a fabric master piece,looks fantastic hanging on the wall,well done and have a good day my friend.xx

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  4. Very nice Sharon. It sort of 'sucks you into it' when you look at it. Very effective

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  5. This is stunning - really love how you did the borders! It looks wonderful on your wall.

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  6. You have done a great job of winging it. Looks lovely on your wall, a piece of art. Hugs....

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  7. You have done a great job on your. Looks lovely on your wall.

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  8. Wow that is amazing, and it looks fabulous on your wall.

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  9. It looks fantastic! The pieced border finishes it off perfectly!

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  10. Your wallhanging is stunning Sharon, it does look like a piece of modern artwork! Looks great above your bed too, Wendy x

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  11. AN excellent finish Sharon. Love how you have handquilted it

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  12. Very artistic, very striking with the dark border.

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  13. oh wow!!!! That is so amazing! I love how you made it totally your own - brilliant!

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  14. Looks great. You must be pleased with it.

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  15. so effective..... love it
    Hugz

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  16. I love the colours you used so pretty

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