When I saw the fabric with 'All You Need is Love' in rainbow fabrics, I couldn't resist. I used it to make three dimensional bow-ties, teamed with coordinating fabric.
I quilted Beatles song titles in the red border - and discovered that my lousy handwriting is just as bad when I quilt! Still, it is was a fun thing to do.
Even the binding has little pictures of the Fab Four.
I've started a new project. I'm going to try to document all the quilting designs I use in my quilts. So I have started a new page and I'll link each design back to the post where it was used. Hopefully I won't go around in circles!
My first sample is the quilting design I used in the background of the bow-ties on this quilt. It was inspired by the grey design in the background of one of the fabrics. It's like a monochromatic psychedelic design, which sounds like an oxymoron but have a look at the design around Paul in the photo above. How else would you describe it?
Here is my design. I'm calling it 'Psychedelic'. It's made up of loops that turn into flower petals, groovy wavy lines and the occasional rainbow to fill in some spots.
I've also made a sample of the design I used in the grassy background of my Japanese Lady. I did a little experiment here and added some grass seed heads to a couple of rows of grass tufts.