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The Quilt Show Puzzle: "Mondrian's Window" by Allie Aller

Do a puzzle of Allie Aller's quilt, Mondrian's Window.


Mondrian's Window, named after the painter Piet Mondrian, is Allie's return to functional quilts. So even though it is a stunning showpiece, Allie considers it to be a couch quilt as it is made with cotton batting, simply quilted, and is meant to be used. The quilt was created using both silk and Radiance by Robert Kaufman, a 50/50 silk/cotton blend. The luminosity of the fabrics gives a much more vivid impact and when quilted, the angles of light reflect off their surfaces. Allie even used plaid silk in this wonderful composition of fabrics.


Click Here to see the Full Quilt.


See more of Allie's quilts in How to Make Modern Method Stained Glass Quilts with Allie Aller | How to Use Shot Cottons with Pepper Cory.


Mondrian'sWindowbyAllieAller - 36 Pieces Non-Rotating

Mondrian'sWindowbyAllieAller - 100 Pieces Non-Rotating

Mondrian'sWindowbyAllieAller - 300 Pieces Non-Rotating

Mondrian'sWindowbyAllieAller - 36 Pieces Rotating

Mondrian'sWindowbyAllieAller - 100 Pieces Rotating

Mondrian'sWindowbyAllieAller - 300 Pieces Rotating




Original Photo: Mary Kay Davis


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