When viewing copper metal sculptures, by other artists, which had motifs and designs imprinted on their surfaces, I imagined how to achieve a similar effect in cloth. "How would it look to use various metallic fabrics and quilt lines on wholecloth to achieve similar results?" This small quilt is a result of that exploration...and part of a series, "Metalworks".
By using metallic, cotton fabric and shimmering rayon threads, the motifs were "drawn" free-motion, using the machine as one would a pencil. The quilting stitch produces texture and depth, similar to the embossing of metal!
A hanging sleeve is added to the back for displaying. As a Free Bonus gift, a small slat with two holes is included (Can be hung with 2 pins or small nails~not included). Other options for displaying textiles pieces include shadow box frames or mounting on canvas. Professional framers, experienced with preserving and displaying textiles, can be helpful with these and other ideas. (Canvas Not included, for display only.)
If you enjoy unique art pieces, consider adding this one to your collection!