"How Sweet to be a Cloud Floating in the Blue," art is 3.75" x 8.25", made by Pam Geisel for Project Quilting, Season 8, Challenge 3: Tuned in to Texture, Feb. 2017 in Yellow Springs, Ohio
Your project must be inspired by a pattern or texture you find "in the wild" this week.
Back when I was doing graphic design, one of the things I liked to do was to add "visual texture" to page layouts and graphics. Those items really don't have an actual texture but I didn't want them to look so "flat." I've also done this when working with mostly solid colors, such as in "Lavender Diamonds" and all of the Project Quilting "Focus Through the Prism" quilts. One of the reasons work with fabric is because I love to touch it; I love the texture.
I'm always intrigued by clouds. The look like they would be fun to touch, but of course you can't touch a cloud, even if you could reach that high. So even though I had million other ideas, I decided to make something with clouds.
This is a pretty small piece and I made it to fit in this interesting chunky odd-sized wood frame that I had. I also included two pieces of my very favorite green yarn that I like to use for the horizon lines in my quilts (like in "Early Morning Nine Patch" and also "Summer Barn" and probably others that I'm not thinking of at this moment.
The title is a quote by A. A. Milne, the author of "Winnie the Pooh."
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