As Promised, New Paper Quilts 2

I have to bring all my quilts to the Greenwood Quiltery tomorrow, and I am  still working on one. But here are two more that are ready to go:

Night Garden

Night Garden



Doppelganger features my daughter-in-law, Katherine, who has been kind enough to pose for pictures, and given me carte blanche for using them in my artwork. She’s another of the lovely and generous women I am fortunate to have in my life! She is the one on top, closest to the two flowers. Her doppelgangers, behind her and below, look similar, but not exact, as most doppelgangers are eerily like us, but have some differences. If we were to find an exact match, it would be very disturbing to our poor ego!

I am in the process of updating my gallery, with the write-up and dimensions of each piece. Please check back to see this information.


About CarolWiebe

Art entices, inspires, and delights me. Art is a vehicle for laughter, tears, wonder, enlightenment--taking me on a constant path of discovery. You can't say that about housework (except, perhaps, for the crying part).
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2 Responses to As Promised, New Paper Quilts 2

  1. chatcat says:

    I love the pics of the paper quilts, but what are paper quilts?
    Always learning.

  2. carolwiebe says:

    Mixed media quilters started adding a lot of things besides fabric and batting to the mix: essentially, anything you can attach to the surface of a quilt is fair game! Paper became an important component: it’s fiber too! Then some of us noticed we really loved to piece and sew paper, so all my paper quilts have a paper top. Fabric is still included for strength and flexibility.

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