Quilt finish! Only one in months for the Craftster Mini Art Quilt Swap.
My partners theme was a story called "The Yellow Wallpaper". It is a pretty dark Victorian tale about a woman who is confined and starts to see a woman in the wallpaper. She tries to free her.
She tries to free her. My partner is also an amazing and very modern quilter. She loves bright modern colors and wanted bright modern fabrics. I did what I could to reconcile the two notions. Probably not getting very far on either one. But it was fun. The yellow isn't very modern but it was pretty wallpaper-y. I liked using the Madrona Road bits because of the implied story.
I couldn't bring myself to actually rip up the quilt. I know it needed it. Instead I left it intact and applied the shreds over the top. My partner could remove them and finish off the binding if she preferred.
It is hand quilted with teardrop shapes that mimic the face in the center. The face is an Urban Threads design and is repeated in the top left, although I doubt anyone will ever find it.
This is the stunning quilt she made for me. I love it!
OK. That is enough for today. Hope you all are doing well. I'll be back with more as soon as I can.