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Friday, December 9, 2016

Art Quilts Around the World Challenge - Science

Woo hoo!!  My 'science' challenge for the online blog, Art Quilts Around the World, is finished.  I call it A Quilter's DNA!

I'm sure most quilters can identify with having some blood on a quilt or two, hence the red on the fingerprint.  

I'm sure some of you may have seen on those CSI shows a picture of DNA sequencing...if not, this is a picture that may look familiar or close to it!  HA  Actually, this was my inspiration for creating a background of 5/8" hex's (paper pieced by hand)! 








I started on this awhile back but with my hands/wrists being an issue (that's a blog post on it's own!  HA) I have been slow to stitch these little buggers!  But I do so love hand stitching!   











And a closeup of the fingerprint (machine quilted) and some hex's! 










I didn't do much machine quilting, other than the fingerprint, as I felt it would take away from the theme.  



This was a fun challenge and sorry I didn't meet the date on the 30th!  But it's done and now on to the next challenge, 'Believe'...hmmmmmm

Do check out some of the other challenge pieces on the web site: Art Quilts Around the World.


5 comments:

The Inside Stori said...

You’ve wowed me again Robbie…….this is terrific!!

Roberta Warshaw said...

Oh that fingerprint is an amazing bit of stitchery!

Nancy said...

Such a creative response to the theme! Nice.

Cedar Ridge Studio said...

Always clever. You come up with the best ideas

Createology said...

I'm sorry you weren't able to meet the challenge date however your "Science" is brilliant and quite the Labor of Love! This is a stunning quilt and should be a Blue Ribbon Winner. Take care of your hands/wrists dear...