By Rebecca Wat
Rebecca Wat, origami professional and quiltmaker, surprised quilters far and wide with the amazing principles unveiled in extraordinary textile Folding. Now shes again with six extra fascinating folding options and their many leading edge twists. Twenty tasks comprise attractive quilts, pillows, or even a bit ladies costume, all with unique folded-fabric gildings.
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Hibiscus, Hibiscus, 72" x 48", #5-cut wool on monk’s cloth. Designed by Richard and Georgianne Bugdal; hooked by Georgianne Bugdal, Miami, Florida, 1996. Hibiscus, Hibiscus Second Place Readers’ Choice—Original Design Georgianne Bugdal Georgianne Bugdal took the suggestion of her husband, Richard, when she wanted to hook a rug reminiscent of their Miami home. A rug incorporating hibiscus flowers was the obvious choice, since their home is surrounded by many hibiscus varieties. Richard, a graphic designer, suggested they make the flowers large and he drew the outline of six hibiscus blossoms directly on monk’s cloth.
Louis, a three-and-a half-hour trip, to hook with Mary Melvin. Michelle, 3' x 5', wool on monk’s cloth. Designed and hooked by Sibyl Osicka, Parma, Ohio, 1990. ” If they keep after her long enough, and she has enough time, she admits that something will usually get done. That’s exactly how her daughter Michelle ended up with this rug, named for her. The drawing is original, as are all the dye formulas. The large rose in the center of the medallion is the focal point of the rug. Roses mean love, and she thought there was no better way to let her daughter know how she felt.
Winter Patterns, 22" x 34", wool. Designed and hooked by Jeanne Fallier. Winter Patterns Second Place Readers’ Choice Jeanne Fallier Looking out the window one winter day, Jeanne Fallier eye was drawn to the black-and-white patterns on the tree trunks and branches, in the stream, and in the animal tracks on the snow. The snow-covered bushes brought to mind bowing ballerinas in white tutus as a cardinal pair flew by like a flash of fire. Jeanne put the scene into poetry then transformed the poem into Winter Patterns.
A Fresh Twist on Fabric Folding: 6 Techniques 20 Quilt & D,cor Projects by Rebecca Wat