Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Colour Challenge

Janice has just reminded me that she hasn't seen my entry for the colour challenge in our upcoming exhibition, so here it is:
We had to use analogous colours on the colour wheel. It is the size of an A3 piece of paper. This is a miniature of a bed sized quilt from (I think) Quiltmaker magazine. Does a challenge have to be totally original? The challenge for me was in having the analogous fabrics to be able to do it. Does that count? I was going to make the plum colours weave under the purple ones, to add my own variation to it, and had made extra blocks to do that, but when I put it together I forgot I had them and now it is too late. Never mind.

4 comments:

teodo said...

Sorry it's so nice this quilt.

Yes a hectograms is 100 grams.
ciao ciao

Janice said...

its fabulous!! very striking! and totally a mathematician's quilt....
doesn't have to be original does it? it was a colour exercise

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

You have done a great job.....

meggie said...

Wow, love the colours! Very nice.