Cindy Richard – Horizon

Emma

I tried to think of an unexpected take on the concept of horizons. While playing peek-a-boo with my granddaughter, Emma, it suddenly struck me. Everyone’s horizon, or viewpoint is unique to each person. Emma, a one-year-old, who is learning everything from scratch has a fresh, new horizon. The simplest of activities delight her. Every experience shapes her and molds her thoughts and opinions, which is evident in her personal horizon. In this quilt Emma was peeking at me through a window in a playhouse. From her little world, safe in the playhouse, she could watch her larger surroundings.

Techniques: Raw edge applique on cotton fabric; free motion quilting; hand-sewn faced binding.

Materials: Batik fabrics, tulle; cotton, polyester, rayon threads; acrylic batting.


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  1. Horizon as a guide-line, teacher and orientation point. Very nice interpretation and as always, beautiful work. Your quilting is very effective!

  2. joanbrailsford

    What a refreshing interpretation of the subject. I love the details you have created in your quilt and the curious way that your granddaughter is peeping out from her viewpoint. I particularly like the blue ribbon in her hair. Well done

  3. Very creative and unique interpretation of our theme. You captured Emmas sweet, eager and anticipating expression looking out from her safe play house onto a whole new world. Nicely done Cindy!

  4. Great take on the theme!

  5. Such a nice interpretation Cindy ! very effective stitching and choice of coulours.

  6. Interesting point of view of the theme. Really well realised.

  7. Maryte Collard

    You surprized me again by thee interpretation of theme and perfect workmanship. Well done!

  8. studiociboulette

    Such a nice take on the subject. It is beautiful!

  9. This is a great interpretation of the theme. Normally I don’t like quilts with eyes, but this one doesn’t frighten me. Well done.

  10. carolinehiggs

    Good take on the theme, wonderful image.

  11. I love your interpretation and it is so beautiful done. Bravo!

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