Green Woman #12 – Finished!

October 11, 2020 at 8:39 am | Posted in Fiber Art, Patchwork | 4 Comments
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Celebrations are in order! I’ve finally finished all the invisible bits and pieces that were still missing, and now I have a finished quilt I’m very happy with. Here it is:

Finished quilt with image of "Green Woman" by Iain Clark.
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In addition to putting on the binding, adding a label and a tunnel for hanging, I added a few tiny details that were better left for embroidery and beads than for patchwork:

Detail of "Green Woman", showing the sundew flowers with embroidery and beads.

Here are the sundew flowers with the shiny beads, and I also gave the flower on the upper right a few:

Detail of "Green Woman", showing the beaded center of the flower on the upper right.

That’s one long-term project done, and I am happy with the result. Who knows when I’ll be able to show it off to people in real life, though, with everything that’s not happening this year.

Off to find something new to get obsessed with, now…

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  1. you had a vision and you most certainly brought it to life – well done!

  2. This really is spectacular! One epic project done!

  3. Absolutely.love the detail.on the sundew plants. Hugely impressive all round!

  4. Wow! I think I stumbled onto your blog just as you were starting this project. I wanted to thank you for sharing your process. It is amazing and it inspires me to try something like this!


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