There isn't anything better than seeing what other artists make with my fabrics and I have 2 great ones to share today.
Before I get into that I want to remind you that if you make something with my fabric and share it in my Customer Flickr group, you will be entered to win a personal 25% discount for three months! Your project can be anything that uses the fabric and can blend my fabric with any other materials or fabrics. Just put a photo of your project in the Flickr Group. The next drawing will be with January newsletter.
This first quilt is a baby quilt made by Emma of Sampaquita Quilts. I love seeing so many of the gradient fabrics together in one quilt. She calls this one Colour Play and she has lots of detail photos on her blog. If you do not follow Emma's blog, you should. She is incredibly creative and makes a lot of different kinds of quilts. Much of her work is published in Australian quilting magazines.
Aurora Borealis was made by Caron Mosey. I believe this was a guild challenge project. She used the black gradient for the star points. I think that the texture of the fabric makes it look like marble.
Caron blogs at Michigan Quilts! and is another blogger I recommend following. She is a very talented hand quilter and has started another blog called Celebrate hand Quilting which is self-explanatory! If you are a hand quilter you will want to check it out. On her main blog she is working in hand quilting a group quilt that is being made for the Obama's. You can read all about it and follow her progress on her blog.
Thanks to Emma and Caron for allowing me to share their projects. This is what inspires me to get in the dye studio and create new fabrics.