Carolyn Friedlander's beautiful quilt, Hunt Harriot Quilt, is an exploration of color, pattern, and texture through a repeated appliqué shape. It is hand pieced, hand appliquéd, machine pieced and machine quilted. Exquisite in its simplicity, Carolyn's quilt won 1st Place Appliqué at QuiltCon 2019.
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#4 Vicky W. 2019-03-25 08:51
It is absolutely fabulous The fabrics are wonderful.
#3 Janet Moyer 2019-03-15 15:55
Circle, repeat, same shape, same size equals a winning design. The palate is also understated, which highlights the changes in color. The straight line quilting makes the circles pop. Great job!
#2 joan M 2019-03-15 10:29
She has a signature style, much like being able to identify Caryl Bryer Fallerts quilts. (See the video.)
I would wonder if judges notice that and that it helps their decision. In this particular piece, the thing that I find distracting is the black version--it does not look like a true circle--looks a bit pointed at the bottom of inner rim. But, it is possible our viewing is obscured by the lay of the quilt.
#1 Eleanor A Balaban 2019-03-15 05:38
Love the simplicity
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