Saturday, January 14, 2012

Portrait Quilts......Progress

I am enjoying working on portrait quilts again.

Captain America
This one is ready to go under the needle...

I really like the back side of Captain America too!

I work with the photo image closely as I quilt into the portrait.

At this point the starry background and the hair are quilted...

I am rounding up a few more portraits to take along with me to class next week:

Turkey Boy.......Front Side

Turkey Boy.....Back Side

Old School......Front Side

Old School.....Back Side

Wild Horses.......Front Side

Wild Horses......Back Side

This looks wild doesn't it?
This is a recycled fabric. I flipped the misprint over and printed the horses on the other side of the worked. It made for a interesting back side.

Today I am working with student images in Photoshop to alter them and get them printed onto fabric. Class is next Saturday.....I better get with it!

CLICK HERE to view My Quilts

CLICK HERE to view: Gunnr Portrait #1

CLICK HERE to view: Play Days

CLICK HERE to view: My Tutorials

May Your Bobbin Always Be Full,


2ne said...

Great quilts you make - I'm inpressed :-) Thanks for showing all the tutorial - love them.
Love the back of the horses :-)
Have a great day

Bunny said...

Love your portrait quilts what size do you print them on fabric and where do you do that. Thanks I have done portrait quilts using bits of fabric. Thanks

LuAnn Kessi said...

Hi Bunny,
I use a wide path printer. I wrote about it on my blog:
I use 100% white cotton sateen and iron it to freezer paper to stabilize it for printing.

My Best To You,
LuAnn in Oregon