Thursday, November 11, 2010

metal four patch


this quilt square measures about 4 square inches


I "sewed" it with copper wire


I didn't take pictures of the process
but I will with the next one
and give you a step by step
I am so pleased with the contrasting grunginess and elegance of it
modern day wabi sabi
speeded up
faked up
but nonetheless
beautiful in it's wear


14 comments:

Elizabeth said...

I'm seeing a whole ceiling lined with these -- sort of a variation of the old tin ceilings --

Gayle...... that,s me said...

Amazing !! This is just beautiful, love it.

Lynn said...

love the aged look you got in your caps! thanks for sharing.
Yes, do tell how you made the background too. Wonderful quiltlet.

ELK said...

i never would have thought to "sew" it on silver..wow it is really cool!!

Terri Kahrs said...

V-e-r-y cool! Hugs, Terri xoxo

Teri said...

Love this! Can't wait to hear about the background too. Wouldn't these all be great in a row or a grouping on the wall?

rebecca said...

love this,
love you.

~*~Patty S said...

VERY cool
and so you dear Kimmie!
Love it!
oxo

Halle said...

So cool! I love how your mind works!! I can see a large grouping of these in a weathered wood frame..or crisp black to really showcase the tin.

Dianne said...

Lovely...

Odd Chick said...

This metal quilt is so unique- I'm with you on the contrast of the grunginess and smoothness of the metal. your photographs astound me also!

bad penny said...

mee too - how did you make tha backing ? Brilliant.

Jane/WTKnits said...

Cool!

Gaby Bee said...

Your metal quilt is brilliant, Kimmie!