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Fantastic Fusion and Flow

This is the quilt I started in Lisa Walton's Fantastic Fusion class.  It is 100" x 107" and is completely fused.  There is no sewing until you start the quilting.  This is the most intense quilting I have ever done.

Above is the 12" x 12" art quilt I have made with some of the offcuts from the original quilt.  I am calling this "Flow On From Symposium".  The topic is Flow.  We have our reveal for this round on Saturday.


Barbara said…
Wow! It's fantastic Maree. I love it.
Mariella said…
This work is fabulously intriguing!! I need to learn more about the process!! I just love these two quilts!! Great Movement and Texture!
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