Monday, April 28, 2014

Applique Women Quilts

I made these two quilts that are from Carrie Payne's applique designs. I purchased the pdf's from her Etsy store. The background fabric and the fabric of the 2 dresses were from my blog friend Norma, who sells Stampin' Up products and those 3 fabrics were from Stamping' Up. The skin was a stamp I purchased from Norma's Stampin' Up store. The stamp is called En Francais and it makes a perfect skin when I stamped it on some fabric. Thank you Norma for those fabrics, they were just the perfect fabrics for these 2 little wall quilts. I love them!
I added a handbag in her hand, using a pink tissue lamé fabric.

I added a flower and beads for her hair and I embroidered a "chain necklace" and added an earring as a necklace. I think I lost the other earring and had this one which worked great as a necklace.
I also added a necklace to this quilt using a heart charm.
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34 comments:

  1. I am lost for words to tell you how much I love these pieces. So unique and pretty. What is your plan for them?

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  2. So wonderful and you must have so much fun sewing the wonderful small quilts. Thanks for sharing Britt-Inger in Sweden

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  3. Oh my gosh! Every time I think I've seen your best work, you do something like this. They are absolutely beautiful, Daryl.

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  4. You are one talented lady, Daryl. Such a clever idea to use the stamp on the fabric for skin!!!

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    1. Hi Daryl, I've featured your wall quilts today...

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  5. These are really beautiful. I especially like the girl with the dark hair; her dress is beautiful. You do such a wonderful job with applique. Thanks for sharing these.

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  6. How beautiful! I never would have thought of stamping fabric, but the results are dramatic. Love your beautiful ladies.... and all of their accessories!

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  7. They are beautiful!! You make great things.

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  8. You are SO darn creative! Great job!
    Would never of thought of stamping my own fabc:)

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  9. These are beauties, Daryl! Their skin is wonderful!

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  10. Oh, wow! Those are really beautiful!

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  11. wow, very whimsical and fun. I am just in love with the idea of using script on fabric as the skin color, its brilliant. I love the movement of the skirt you can feel the wind blowing as you look at her. the added little touches of the flower and necklace really make them extra special. great job.
    tara

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  12. I love them, they are so cute, please tell me you shared them with Carrie, isnt she great and talented, I love you ladies, they are fun and exotic sorta.. colorful and so perfect. I made a few myself, but they were rough looking. I havent chatted with you in a bit, but I have been following. I love them.. Oh,, put them on anything goes monday too.. wow..

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  13. OMG! Daryl, these are amazing and so beautiful with the accessories and the stamp too! WOW, I have to share these on my blog with your photos if you allow me. You are one seriously talented lady my friend:) Have a wonderful Monday.
    Hugs,
    Norma

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  14. Thank you for the shout out too!! Big hugs

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  15. Great work. Amazing details! :)

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  16. Absolutely GORGEOUS!!!
    Have a wonderful day,
    Migdalia
    *Crafting With Creative M*

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  17. This is so clever. I love the appliqué designs and the stamped fabric. What kind of ink did you use? Any concerns about fading or washing out?
    Thanks for sharing your ideas.

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  18. These are WONDERFUL! I was just at a program Carrie Payne did a month or so ago and I love her style. I hadn't thought of stamping my own fabric but I do have everything I'd need to do that -- thanks for the inspiration!

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  19. Daryl these are fabulous and remind me of paper dolls which I still love. How fun to use the word stamp for skin. I do believe you will be making more in this series of applique women quilts. Creative Bliss...

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  20. BEAUTIFUL !!!!!!! What a great job !
    These girls are glamorous!!!!!
    Thanks for sharing...Marisa from http://passionetcouture.blogspot.ca/

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  21. These are amazing! Love the floral fabrics.

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  22. Daryl ~ Well Miss Norma sent me over and I told her I would after my jaw stopped hurting! See it totally hit the floor when I saw your AMAZING and BEAUTIUL creations! OMG ~ so talented beyond words! WOW! My jaw is still hurting but so worth it to see these! AWESOME creations!!!

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  23. These are beautiful! And sew inspiring! You are sew right - that stamping did an awesome job of the skin fabric. Love all the little embellishments you added. They really make the pieces!

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  24. how unusual, pretty, and just plain darn fun! :)

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  25. Wow! Those two ladies are gorgeous. The necklaces add just the perfect touch - quite sophisticated. Using a earring is the kind of idea I love.
    I can imagine a quilt with many ladies but all different... all of them with a necklace...

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  26. These are gorgeous and I love all the small details you've added that really make them special :D

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  29. I'm glad you brought this back to share.

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  30. Perfect post to rejuvinate under our Machine Applique theme...thank you!!!

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