Sunday, February 5, 2017

Sunday Quilt Inspiration: L I N E S


22 landscape photographs that use power lines to great effects

I've found that I've been drawn to lines lately. I've played with some ideas of using lines in blocks. It's a work in progress, of course, but I'm hoping this quilt inspiration will help me to visualize what's in my head just a little better.

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WEAR YOUR INK: in a continuous line.Wire #tattoo design, art and culture:

Make math fun by integrating art in the classroom with this colorful geometry lesson.

Abstract Photography!! a ton of photo fragments that when in many pieces seem chaotic, but when put together correctly make up a picture:):

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Here's a lesson plan that includes a foldable and sorting activity on lines, line segments, rays, and angles.:

Aleksandr Rodchenko, LInear Construction, 1919:

Gouache on paper - Henryk Berlewi:

this is an interesting image - the photographer had a very good eye:


Quilts with lines? Well, yeah! These are mostly modern quilts, but the lines are the most important thing to me right now. 

How so you add wow to a quilt made with super-simple-to-stitch blocks? Amp up the texture with rich prints; then quilt closely spaced parallel lines from side to side.:

Modern Trellis - Must Love Quilts:

One of my very favorite kinds of quilting is organic straight-line, and it's as low-stress as it gets. Though it's even simpler than doing actual straight lines, I've had enough people ask about it, tlove this- the stripes, the chevron placement, awesome - blueprint textiles:

'Tempest' - all in solids with straight line quilting.:


Oh Sew Sweet! Mini Charm Pack Pattern Book 2: little things to sew (oliver + s book) - travel quilt with modern overlapping bars:

Line Art Quilt by SVetne  Lots of possibilities, brights, neutrals or holiday,:

Debbie at A Quilter's Table Maisy Quilt ( pattern by Karyn of Make Something) is gorgeous and clam. "Quilting was organic straight-line with my standby Aurifil light gray 50wt."  To read more visit http://aquilterstable.blogspot.com/2012/12/a-maisy-quilt-for-christmas.html:

Out to Sea Betty Quilt:

.make something small. LOVE this!!: Red Pepper Quilts Solid Stripes Baby Quilt


Since I've started this latest interest/infatuation, I've noticed lines in a huge variety of places: farm buildings, power line structures and towers, houses and buildings, fireplaces, kitchens and so on. 
What lines have you noticed lately? 

3 comments:

Mimi said...

I may not have noticed any lines as of yet, but after seeing your post, I am certainly going to look. I love ALL of your quilts. Thank you for sharing.

Preeti Harris said...

I know that I only have to come to your blog to get overdosed on inspiration :-) in a good way!

Bizarre Quilter said...

Ooh, this is interesting. Thank you for sharing