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The Quilt Show Puzzle: "The Last Call" by Kestrel Michaud

Do a puzzle of Kestrel Michaud's quilt, The Last Call.


Kestrel's goal with The Last Call was to illustrate the idea of fate. With fate being such a nebulous concept, Kestrel wanted to know what that would look like in a two-dimensional piece of art. Using a raven as its centerpiece, considered a sign of death, doom, and gloom, a stormy night, and low lighting to produce terrifying shadows, the quilt is meant to give off a sinister tone that something bad is coming on the horizon. And, to go along with Kestrel's steampunk aesthetic seen throughout her quilts, the raven has a clockwork wing.


Click Here to see the Full Quilt.


See more of Kestrel's quilts in A Mod Podge Appliqué Technique and Fabric Selection with Kestrel Michaud | Embroidery Hoop Quilting with Sarah Vedeler.


TheLastCallbyKestrelMichaud - 35 Pieces Non-Rotating

TheLastCallbyKestrelMichaud - 99 Pieces Non-Rotating

TheLastCallbyKestrelMichaud - 300 Pieces Non-Rotating

TheLastCallbyKestrelMichaud - 35 Pieces Rotating

TheLastCallbyKestrelMichaud - 99 Pieces Rotating

TheLastCallbyKestrelMichaud - 300 Pieces Rotating




Original Photo: Lucas Davis


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