Fractured Landscape Quilts
Fiber artist Katie Pasquini Masopust's stunning quilts reflect the beautiful landscape within a complex network of straight lines and curves. Using a profusion of colors and fabrics, Katie creates strikingly rich textured quilts. Her innovative fractured landscape technique, described in this book, is shown with many how-to photos and inspirational quilts. Starting with a photograph, Katie explains how she draws the landscape, fractures the image, selects the fabric, then applique's and quilts the piece for successful results.
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10 Machine Applique
11 Basting and Backing
12 Machine Quilting
13 Assembling the Quilt
14 Labeling the Quilt
acetate areas Atlin ballpoint pen beautiful bobbin bottom California camera Canyon de Chelly Chapter choose fabrics clouds colored pencil composition create dark sections detail different colors drawing the landscape Enlarging the Drawing F stop fold foundation copy fracture lines fractured landscape quilt fractured section glue stick Grand Canyon hand quilt heat transfers hem stitch inch isometric Katie label light section machine applique machine quilting Marking the Templates medium sections Mexico mountains Park petroglyph photograph pin-up wall placement copy press the seams Quilt inspired quilts shown railroad board Redwood Trees rock formation Santa Fe satin stitch seam allowance seams open seven steps sewing line sewn Shading the Fractures shapes Sorting the Fabrics spray adhesive Spray starch stabilizer staple Steamboat Springs stiletto straight stitch Sunset tape template copy texture thread tracing paper tree quilts Turning the Edges UNTITLED values width