This is made up entirely of little shreds. Yuki spreads out layers of shredded fabric over batting to create a picture. She then lays a piece of netting over the whole thing and quilts it. Amazing, no?
And yet I have a story of injustice to a talented quilter: She made another incredible quilt. Aargh! I didn't take a picture. But take my word for it: it was bee-yoo-tee-full! Pink, white, and yellow roses made in a crazy quilt fashion surrounded by a ribbon completely made from quilting thread. The whole thing looked three-dimensional. She showed to to some proficient quilters who hardly said a word about it.
- "Did you see my rose quilt?"
- "I saw it."
The only thing I can think is that these were traditional quilters who couldn't wrap their minds around art quilts. I can understand walking past the art quilts in a show when your focus is traditional, but at a friend's house? Here is my remonstrance: play nice!