Streets of London - Kreativ Sanitorium
Pieced, fused and appliqued, using mostly cottons. The group were inspired to make a series of small quilts following a visit to London. And yes, the picture of Liberty's has got Liberty fabric on it! And would you believe this is a Norwegian group? I don't know why but I do seem to be drawn to the Scandinavian exhibits - maybe there is a bit of Viking blood running through my veins!! My friend Inger Lise has sent me the picture of all the quilts from the group Kreativ Sanitorium as I hadn't taken a picture with all of them - thank you so much Inger Lise!!
A collection of techniques were used in the construction of this piece - knitting, crochet, felting, applique, marbling, beading, embroidery, prodding, embellishing, dyeing, fabric manipulation, ruching, devore, and coiling. Made with cotton, felt, knitting yarns, chiffon, satin, organza, silk, polyester, wire and beads. I was fascinated by this 3-D ehhibit - there was just so much to see on this exhibit, and it made you want to touch it. It was absolutely superb!