OwnerPrivate Collection
Location Sydney, NSW, Australia
MakerAlison Muir
Origin new-south-wales
Pattern Contemporary
Date2000-2009
Dimensions (H x W in cm)120 cm x 120 cm

History

Roses are used as decorative planting at the ends of the rows of vines in many Hunter Valley vineyards. The totally red quilt was made for the Harvest Festival in the Hunter Valley 2003
Selected to Australian collection of works hung at ‘World Quilt and Textile International’ exhibition 2004, USA
Harvest Festival, Wandin Valley Estate 2003,
The Quilters’ Guild of NSW Quilt Show 2004,
Australian collection at ‘World Quilt and Textile Competition International’ exhibitions in Great Lakes Michigan, Manchester New Hampshire, Fort Washington Philadelphia, Santa Clara California USA 2004
A house warming present

Description

Materials: Commercial and hand painted silks and glass beads
Techniques: Fused appliqué, beading and machine quilting
Rear fabric is a recycled red/orange ikat silk with felt interliner

Acknowledgements

Andrew Payne, Photographix

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