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The-endless-work-quilt

Added Feb 25, 2010

by Ralf Schmitz

Berlin, Germany

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Description

last time, i visited london, i brought back a big roll of different material, all cut in the same size of stripes from old cloth and curtains etc. all in cotton, all different patterns and colors. out of this, i made the following quilt and hand embroidered all the fields wich have been in “boring” uni-colors

the backside of the quild as well as the other halfs of my square patterns have been in a wonderful, havy and old linnen, i once found in a shop here in berlin.

please be aware, that the picture in my banner is done while working on this quilt. as it has been very timeconsumming, i had my cat going mad on me, allways working on the quilt and not on HIS pleasure, so he was sitting every now and than IN the quilt, to wach me :-)

Material Notes

recycled cotton in different patterns and colors
white linnen
embroidery by hand
filling in synthetic fibre

Difficulty

Advanced

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    Feb 28, 2010, 01.32 AMby passthepins

    This is incredible. I really admire the patience it must have taken to complete this project. I have actually never made a quilt because I just think of the hours it takes and then back off! Well done :)

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    Feb 25, 2010, 09.50 PMby runningwithscissors1

    Very nice. I am sure that it is very satisfying to finally complete it.

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    Feb 25, 2010, 04.17 PMby johancel

    I JUST LOVE IT!!!

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    Feb 25, 2010, 02.02 PMby bbug59

    I just love the quilt – excellent job.

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    Feb 25, 2010, 01.05 PMby auntie-blue-sky

    beautiful job! what are the finished measurements of your quilt?

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      Feb 25, 2010, 02.08 PMby Ralf Schmitz

      it ended up beeing 220 cm to 180 cm (my biggest one!) . – thank you for the compliment :-)

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