First, for those who follow me on Facebook, I have almost finished this red moon quilt. Don't you love the simplicity of the halo and the soft drama of the red?
|moon quilt--quilt--Ann Brauer--40x40 inches|
Then I decided to work on a couple black and white flames. Again a simple statement. But then how to put them together.
Is this too busy? Does the red detract from the simplicity? Yes, it needs one more and I haven't quilted it yet but I did want to see what happens?
Should they be hung slightly apart? Does this make it easier to examine each one? Interesting question.
What if I hang them like this? Another coastal scene. I do find it an interesting arrangement, don't you?
Of course I could create just one long wall hanging. Maybe a table runner. Or over the sofa.
It would make a great statement on the back wall of my booth. Maybe in a formal office setting. And of course the quilts could be sold separately--yes, I am always thinking about that bottom line--if you know what I mean. Oh I wish I had time to make all of them. It is hard to decide isn't it? What would you choose? Do you ever play like this with your designs?