The Three Graces, Adding the Trim

This moring, before finishing off my Butterfly potholders and working on my Corona Kimono, I was sewing the crocheted trim and the small red triangles on my Three Graces fabric painting.

Once I sewed the crocheted trim onto the bottom of the piece, I could see that the white triangle hanging down did need to be red.

So I used the red triangles I removed from another part of the quilt yesterday and hand sewed them into place.  (you can see them sewn on,  on the image at the top of the page).

Then I sewing the crocheted trim on the right side of the piece.   I didn’t get to sew the trim to the left side, I ran out of time since I wanted to get some other work done.  But I’ll finish it over the weekend or on Monday.

Once I do, I’ll know if the fabric painting is finished or if it needs more work.

4 thoughts on “The Three Graces, Adding the Trim

    1. Oh Vulva, how did I miss that! My friend the artist Carol Conklin called one of my pieces a fabric painting and I liked that right away. It better described what I’m doing because even though I often use a quilt as a ground for my wall pieces, that is only one part of it.

    1. Yes, Kathryn. I’m glad you asked. I’ve actaully been trying to come up with the right name for those peices I do for a long time. When Carol mentioned fabric painting it felt just right.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Full Moon Fiber Art