Helen Hazon – Country – Landscape

Inspiration: Landscapes from three very different areas of India that I have visited .

India is a vast country and so has a huge variety of landscapes including sandy deserts, lush forests, farmland and snowy mountains. For this quilt I chose three very different places to represent this variety. First the peaks of Kanchenjunga which is on the India/Nepal border and is the third highest mountain in the Himalayas. Second, tea gardens on the hillsides in Darjeeling and finally sunrise over a small lake in the desert of Gujarat.

The fabric is hand dyed Indian cotton and all embroidery was done by hand using stranded cotton. Quilting is minimal and in invisible thread.

 

  1. carolinehiggs

    Stunning work Helen, so neat and tidily stitched. I love it, such a refreshing take on India!

  2. A creative way to incorporate features of the landscape, beautiful stitching.

  3. Great sense of design and beautiful stitching as usual ! such a peaceful scenery !

  4. I adore your stitching.

  5. studiociboulette

    great creative way to integrate the very different landscapes of India. I absolutely love all your hand stitching and your choice of colors. Beautiful piece.

  6. Maryte Collard

    Very interesting composition and your hand stitching is amazingly perfect!

  7. Very lovely take on different landscapes of India. Your hand stitching is stunning and adds so much to the piece.

  8. Love your creative combination of all, so different, landscapes, great job!

  9. What a creative idea to combine these different landscapes in such a beautiful composition. Your hand embroidery is awesome.

  10. The designis elegant and the framing/border draws one’s eye in for closer examination. I truly appreciate your embroidery skills.

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