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Mar 28, 2016

So I Was Inspired - Part 4

Dome Church was a challenge for me because I couldn't decide how to add some of the shading on one side of the building. I dug deep into my stash. Pieces of fabric lay all over the floor. Mr. Cowboy was appalled at the mess but I finally found a small piece that worked well.
This photo doesn't really show up well but there's a grayish, pale lavender on the right half.

You can see it better above.




I know it looks off kilter but I like it.






This green will help when I add trees and bushes.

Lots of foliage.

This church is another favorite because I decided to only show the steeples and roof. The background is a medium gray so I did go back and color the crosses a brighter yellow but didn't take a photo of it.

Don't you just love that swirly fabric I used for the stain glass windows!!!





This church is on a hill with a windy drive up and mountains behind it.
That makes twelve. Now all I have to do is stitch everything together. Oh boy!!!
Thank you for following along on this journey and for giving great suggestions. Hopefully I'll be able to show the quilt when I get it sewn together. Maybe this won't take years to complete.....sigh!!



6 comments:

Gene Black said...

I have a feeling you should be writing a book on building scenery quilts.

allthingzsewn said...

I agree with Gene, and don't take years please. I want to see it. Your creativity has been inspiring to me.

Angie in SoCal said...

Excellent post, Rhonda. I so want to see that quilt.

Siouxzq64@gmail.com said...

Gorgeous. Thanks for sharing your process. I always wondered how people put together quilts like that.

desertskyquilts said...

Your fabric choices are amazing. I love the first church. It reminds me of the one in Sedona - not that they actually look anything alike! I'll send you a couple of pictures and maybe you'll see what I mean. All the churches are amazing because of the fabric choices you've made. The one with the blue domes reminds me of a church I went to in El Paso when I was a teenager. Beautiful series you've been doing.

Marian said...

WoW Rhonda, Amazing, I love how you showed us the various buildings.. I agree with Gene, you should be writing a book. Heya, maybe you should join us for The Road Home :)

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