Monday, 14 September 2015

Passacaglia Update


This is the current state of my Passacaglia.  I've never been one for following patterns, and those familiar with the Passacaglia will see that I've gone off piste and beyond the edges of the large Rosette.  I want to see if I can expand the pattern indefinitely.  Round and round.  A break between each round will be good for my sanity.

It's all Liberty and shot cottons.  I'm pausing for a while now while I decide on the next fabric.

Linking up with Jessica over at Life Under Quilts

11 comments:

  1. When a creative piece requires so much time it makes sense to make your design unique. Looking forward to seeing how this progresses.

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  2. This is amazing. Absolutely fantastic!

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  3. It's very beautiful. It has a nice sublety to it.

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  4. It's lovely! Such a soothing colour palette. I can never stick to a pattern either - it's always a case of "but what if...?" I'll be interested to see your next fabric choices.

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  5. I love the blue, green, and neutral colors you have selected.

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  6. I think this is looking stunning. I'm not fond of patterns myself, they are wonderful for inspiration but I much prefer to go and do my own thingm as you are doing herem for a truly unique make. I'm looking forward to seeing this progress.

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  7. The rosette looks great.
    Greetings, Manuela

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