I'd say it in French if I knew any :-)
I entered the challenge and my quilt was not selected. Never mind, I can now post a photo of the whole quilt. The title is "There's a Storm in the Air" and my Artist's Statement said "Light as air is, when the storm clouds are gathering the heaviness weighs one down." I used 2 layers of organza with Anglelina fibre as the middle layer. The quilt had to measure 150 cm long by 50 cm wide.
The good thing about entering a juried show is the critique, short though it was. The judges said "innovative use of layers of fabric, choice of fabric enhances the theme, beads may not be correct choice to embellish." I'm guessing they didn't like the beaded fringe along the bottom. At least I hope it was that and not the beading I used to indicate movement of the storm. Strangely enough the fringe was there because I thought the quilt needed some weight to hang properly. I never thought any further than that. So I am learning that everything on the quilt has to be part of the design. Onwards And Upwards!!
Look out for my next post. It will be my 100th (I promise this time) and I will have some goodies up for grabs.