hardhatcat (hardhatcat) wrote,
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I'm currently working with a group of others on a quilt for Breaking Dawn.  The block i've worked on are for Esme Isle and the "why am I covered in feathers?" scene




This is Esme Isle.  The house is described as white with large windows looking onto the beach.  I was going to originally going to piece the dolphin in the water as well, but was running out of time and as i already had this dolphin fabric in my stash, i decided to use that instead.  Note that this image is an uncropped picture so once stitched into the final quilt the seam allowance is taken into account the sun will have more of a rounded image rather than the teadrop shown here.




This is my covered in feathers block.  It was hard to find a background colour that would suit and still showcase the feathers well.  I also used different cream tones for the feathers so that each was distinct in itself and to give a bit of feeling of depth to the image.


I'm looking forward to seeing all the blocks the others in my group have finished and once the overall quilt is completed!

Also ofenjen and i have worked on getting a Quileute Wolf Pack Tattoo quilt block.  It is a pattern that i had worked on quite some time ago, but just needed some help to tidy it up so that it is usable by others.  It is part of a mini challenge over at Fandom in Stitches at the moment, so i encourage you all to go have a look.  You'll also find the pattern there if you want to give it a try.



I have a bunch of other patterns that i need to tidy up at the moment, so hopefully I'll be able to post some more patterns up soon.

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Tags: fandom in stitches, fis, pattern, quilt blocks, twilight
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