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Friday, 11 July 2014

Indelible blog hop, part 2


indelible blog hop

It's time for the Indelible BLOG HOP part 2 or the second round up!
You can admire and read more about some amazing creations in  part 1 and introduction post HERE with the full list of participants!!!

We will start with amazing work of: 

Kathleen Kerr

She created 2 quilts with Indelible, both using Darkened Ink colorway and I am still trying to decide which one I like most...the first one that you can see is called "Delectable" and if you follow the link to her blog you will find the free pattern-tutorial for this beautiful piece of art!



The second one is created using Jaybird Quilts pattern "Park Bench". The quilting is impeccable!!!




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Than we have fantastic "Indelible foot print" quilt top by

 Amy Friend

Amy used Subtle watermarks colorway and she was inspired by a Moroccan floor tile design to create this hexagonal pattern.




And I will finish this round up with the Indelible Doiland dress that I created for my quiltmarket booth. The dress is modeled by Lauv, fashion designer and stylist in AGF and actually while I was creating the dress (the night before departure), I totally had her in my mind as model and sort of inspiration and I wasn't wrong!!!
And I am a bit sorry that the second picture (she looks like a beautiful mermaid to me) didn't finish as a look book cover, but she was in Brazil while the look book was in the works...but at least you can see it here! :)

Thanks Lauv - you totally rock that dress!!!❤️❤️❤️



xo, Katarina

4 comments :

Anonymous said...

Indelible is amazing! The colours are such a great combination, and all these quilts are breathtaking (I'm really loving the design on that third one!!). Thank you for sharing such beautiful design.

frances newcombe said...

absolutely Beautiful!

jeifner said...

Wow, the quilting in the first two is fantastic. It seems the fabric line goes with so much. What a fun dress!

Ella and Nesta said...

This fabric line is stunning and so versatile. I am impressed by how it's working with so many different projects and every time it's a winner!