Monday, 30 November 2015

Playtime

 

  This is definitely my favourite green and I almost chose it when it was my turn to choose a colour. I had bought a fabric paint in this colour, along with the darker green, just before it was announced and had been playing with it and my gelli plate, so I decided to try to make something from my printing session. I made a few small sketchs and chose this layout.  


10 comments:

  1. The hand-stitching adds a nice element to the piece, Jinnie.

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  2. Tangy and fresh combo. Love the hand stitching too.

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  3. Wonderful choice of contrast colour. I created my 2015 CQ JQ's from a Gelliplate printing session so i can understand just how this came together!!!

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  4. You created a very textured looking fabric with your gelli plate. It has all gone together very nicely, especially with the hand quilting.

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  5. Lovely piece with another simple composition. Purple does go so well with this colour,

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  6. How very satisfying to find that your playtime has been so worth while. I love the contrast of the green on mauve bars against the mauve bars on the green. And the circular stitching links up with the spots on the green fabric - as do the thin vertical big stitches with the vertical fabric bars (bars = the rectangles). Lots of careful thought.
    Hilary
    Hilary

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  7. I really like the way you have combined the two colours and your design. Your quilting really stands out and looks great.

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  8. Love the colour combination, and the circular quilting design combined with the rectangular shapes.

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  9. I agree, you have created a wonderful piece of fabric with your gelli plate. I really need to 'play' some more with this technique. I also love the addition of the hand stitching.

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  10. love the contrasts jinnie - the colors, type of stitching to name but two. lovely piece

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