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Sue Benner, textile artist - WALKING THROUGH TIME XII (DUSK) ______________________________ 2010 - 75" x 25" dye & paint on silk & cotton, found fabrics, fused, mono-printed, machine quilted

Three Leaves ©2009 by Catherine Kleeman. Artist painted cotton. Whole cloth monoprinted with actual leaves, air pen tracing of leaf. Machine stitched, overpainted

Sue, artist: from her site: "...created her vision of the microscopic universe in painted and quilted textile constructions....creating original dyed and painted fabrics which she combines with recycled textiles to form fields of structured pattern, vivid beauty, and riotous variation."

absolutely stunning and wonderful inspiration! Caryl Bryer Fallert a quilt artist extraodinaire.

Duncan Grant (1885-1978). Artist and designer. Member of Bloomsbury Group.

Amazing Quilt I would like to do something like this with scraps from quilts that I have long do I wait to gather scraps? or do I just do it now?

LuAnn Kessi: Quilting Sketch Book.....Swirling Leaves

Freehand quilting, reminds me of a Brittany Bass painting

"And the Angels Sang" by Debby Schnabel, Housetop Quilts exhibit: linen, cotton, silk, wool, and kantha-style embroidery

by Insung from NAMOO on Flickr. I would make these as quilt fronts and put a lg print on the back.

Tokyo Quilt Festival 2013 by Saké Puppets, via Flickr