18 fevereiro 2007

I, II, III, IV, V, VI


Finalmente juntos. Demorei algum tempo na escolha da disposição dos bules e dos patchwork envolvente. A opção é convencional e simples mas parece-me que resulta. Decidi "emoldurar" o bordado numa sequência de quadrados de 2" de tecidos florais entre o vermelho e o beje.
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Finally together. I took some time choosing the patchwork layout. This option is quite conventional but i think it works with this project. I decided to frame the teapots in a string of 2" squares of floral reds and beiges.

Dos outros trabalhos em curso, acabei o backing do mini-quilt.
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From the other WIPs I finished the mini-quilt backing.

18 comentários:

joyce disse...

I think the red squares look just right. It is beautiful.

SARI disse...

El top de las teteras te ha quedado precioso, el rojo es mi color preferido y suavizado con los beige está fantástico.

Y qué decir de la trasera del miniquilt, mejor que mi top.

Espléndido.

Linda Ronne disse...

Your tea pots are just stunning, love the fabrics you've chosen to go with them. What do you plan on doing with them, will they be a wall hanging or a quilt?

laurapatch disse...

I think you have choosen the perfect frame for your teapots, the top is very very nice. And I love the blue backing!!!

latietarosa disse...

la combinación para las teteras és exquisita!!!
te felicito por tu exactitud en el trabajo !

Pam disse...

It looks wonderful. I think the 2" square look perfect. You don't want something that takes away from the beauty of the stitched teapots - just frames them nicely.

Bric-à-brac disse...

Um resultado fantástico ! o que vai ser, um quilt-coberta ou decoração de parede ?

Belém disse...

Olá bric-a-brac: O projecto é um painel de parede destinado a um lugar específico da minha casa
Hi Linda: The project will be a wall hanging for a specific corner of my home.

Anapatch disse...

Me encantan los "scrappy sashing", te quedó precioso.
Nunca he hecho una trasera "pieced". Queda muy especial. Para pensarlo...
Enhorabuena!

anne bebbington disse...

Hello - this is the first time I've visited your blog - I love your teapots and the little squares around them are just perfect

Simonetta disse...

Ohhh!!!Really very beautiful, I love the redwork!!!!

Cecilia disse...

A montagem ficou ótima!

Redwork in Germany disse...

the natural linen with the redwork designs are beautiful.

Hanne disse...

Your tea pots looks so lovely and the setting is very nice.

hortenzita disse...

I am looking for redwork patterns and I've arrived at your blog. Your teapots are fantastic and I like the solution with squares, too. Now I am more convinced to make a quilt with redwork...

Brikebrok disse...

Olá Belém, voltei aqui para rever o teu quilt dos bules no qual eu muito me inspirei para aquele que estou a fazer com os bordados africanos. Como fizeste a parte de trás ?

magrat disse...

I'm just searching some turtle pattern and i find your blog. It's amazing, your works are beautiful, you have a very good taste to choose fabrics.
Especially I love this teapot quilt.

borcsa from Hungary

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