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Project

Oh How Sweet The Music

Project Description

What are you most proud of? The overall effect of the quilt What advice would you give someone starting this project? Be inspired by what really excites you, not what others think.

What you will need

  • I found a great image of a 1917 Sheet Music called Carbarlick Acid and fell in love. I used Spoonflower in Seattle and had two of the images printed onto a yard of cotton and then added the framing in whites grays and blacks. The back is a black and white Alexander Henry Day of the Dead and Oh Sweet Music was created. I quilted the top following many of the lines of the design and filling in to enhance the skeleton image. Then did basic stippling for the filler. All in all
  • I really loved the way it came out.

Q&A with mama jean

Jay Gietl asked:
This is really cool, nice work!
mama jean answered:
thanks
mahlica asked:
I especially like the vertical quilting lines on the tuxedo jacket; they add great texture to your quilt.
mama jean answered:
thanks
Kir asked:
Wow! Great source material for your fabric image!
mama jean answered:
Thanks I loved it and will be working with it again.
Craftsy asked:
We've chosen this project to be featured on our home page. Congrats!
mama jean answered:
Wow, thanks so happy! I just got back in town from a family reunion.
suzycue asked:
Absolutely amazing!!! I have so much paper ephemera that I would love to see on fabric. thanks for the inspiration <3
mama jean answered:
Thanks so much I appreciate Create away!