Saturday, June 11, 2011

I don't mean to bore you...

...but I really am addicted.
Trying to think of ways to combine this with quilting.
Challenge #25

Challenge #25

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14 comments:

Jessica said...

That's beautiful. I can kind of see an eight-point star in the middle, surrounded by eight curved diamondy shapes and a separate border on each piece. I think it would make an amazing block.

piecemealquilts said...

Not boring! I'm glad you introduced me to Zentangles - I checked out their website after your last post. You're already showing incredible progress - I love the second one here, with the houses around the outside.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Spoonflower??

Sarah said...

I was going to suggest Spoonflower, too. Or stabilize the fabric with freezer paper and draw directly on the fabric with a fabric marker...

Angie said...

It reminds me a bit of the stack and whack quilts. I think they are beautiful!

Robin said...

Beautiful! And I echo Mary's sentiments-- how fun would those be on fabric???

LynCC said...

Wow - Those would make spectacular odd-shaped quilts, blown up large!

Karen said...

Maybe Spoonflower? Whole cloth quilt?

Wendy said...

Awesome! These are really nice!

West Michigan Quilter said...

I would love to figure out a way how to combine this with quilting. I stitched a small Zentangle block with black thread. I need more practice free motion on the sewing machine. But if I were better it would make a nice wall hanging.

501 Quilt Blocks said...

Your zendalas look great! Genevieve has more templates in case you want to try different ones. Her site is Tangleharmony.com

Michele said...

How interesting! I'll be back to see what you decide to do with these :-)

Tina said...

These are so pretty! Keep them coming!

Michele said...

What a terrific mandala.

Here's a turtle I saw while browsing the QuilterBlogs update page.

http://theartquiltassociation.com/home/2011/06/12/art-quilts-on-the-air-kafm-show-entry-form/