Sunday, March 18, 2007


Kansas Art Quilters is preparing for our next exhibition, "Altered Views". We plan to include a focal piece that is being made by several members of the group. The idea is for each artist to make two identical quilted blocks --- one block is left as-is, and the other block is sent to a different artist for embellishing. The challenge for me has been deciding when I have enough on the blocks to make the un-embellished one interesting, yet still leaving room for the next artist to add more work to the second block. Above is a photo of the stage that my blocks are currently at. What do you think? Should I add more, or is it time to quit?


Karoda said...

I'd say stop here...the block has your signature on it and still leaves room for the other artist to add their's.

Del said...

Definitely stop there. Del

Karen Stiehl Osborn said...

Thanks! I was on the fence, thinking I might add a screenprint to it, but all of the responses that I received said to quit at this point. So I did, and the blocks are in the mail to the person coordinating the project.