The All White Landscape

As I mentioned in my last post, I’m making a series of lessons showing how I make different elements for a mini fabric landscapes. What I neglected to mention is that I would be starting with white fabric (Thank you, Snarky Quilter!). Here is the piece in progress, which means these pieces are not attached and there may be changes. I find looking at a photo of the piece, using a mirror or walking away for a while, can be helpful in figuring out what may need to be tweaked. I have some ideas for change already. There will be thread play and quilting over the entire piece, so if it appears to be lacking that may just be where I plan to stitch more colors and nature bits.

I used different techniques for each of these elements – Rocks (as mentioned in previous post), the most forward foreground, second foreground, water & sky, tiny hills/mountains, and tree trunks.

I hope you will stay tuned and thanks for stopping by!

 

About Ann Scott

Working with fabric and fiber for over forty years. Design, instruction, and sales. Certified teacher online at Curious.com/fiberdesignsbyann.
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2 Responses to The All White Landscape

  1. Joanna says:

    Your rocks make a lot more sense now. Your sky is gorgeous, but I wonder what you’ll put in the lake? A boat, a water ripple from birds landing, a Nessie? I’ve found to my dismay there’s an art to building a landscape. The order does indeed matter.

    • Ann Scott says:

      Thank you, Joanna. As I recall your landscapes are more technical than this one. I’m thinking reflections are all I’ll put in the lake, but thanks for the suggestions!

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