There’s a lot going on in this quilt, yet still I find it peaceful to look at.
I feel like the soft edge gives the center of the quilt space to breathe. Almost like the ripples around the rocks.
Carol Conklin’s printed batik fabric (the repeated image just below the rectangles at the top) is called Lothlorien. I’ve read it refers to a forest where elves live in one of J.R.R. Tolkien’s novels. But I’ve never read any Tolkien so I don’t know anything about it, except that it looks like a place I’d like to go. I’ll have to ask Carol about it.
I have a few people who have already shown interest in this quilt. Next I’ll back and tack it.
4 thoughts on “88 Triangles and Ripples On Water”
This is EXACTLY what I said in your previous post just before you finished! Absolutely lovely and relaxing, Maria!
I see you did say that Fran.:)
This is breathe taking. I know Lothlorien as well as any non elf can. You keep out doing yourself!
Ha Rose, Thank you. Means a lot coming from someone who knows Lothlorien so well!