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Marilyn Belford's Realistic Fabric Portraits online class begins again today so I wanted to share some of the portraits students made in the last session. All very amazing. Great job students!
Bargello quilts have always fascinated me. In fact, it was a bargello that was one of the first quilts I designed. It was the detailed bargello, Bargello Blues created back in the early 90's. In 2003, Carol asked me if I would write a beginner's course in bargello to teach at Quilt University. The class has been a great success over a course of 10 years. I have had hundreds of students around the world learn the techniques of Bargello and today I want to share some of their work.
I just had to share Julie's bargello blues, that isn't so blue. Julie Haase of Texas took my online class at Quilt University earlier this year. She selected colors in orange and gold from her border fabric to create the bargello then framed it with black. It is stunning I must say.