Feb 11, 2011

No Words Goose Construction








10 comments:

Kay said...

No words need! It's lovely, Barbara.

Libby Fife said...

Who needs words when you have THE PAW!!!!!

Love that it looks like you tipped the fabric with white (did you?) and if you did, what a super effect. I like the layering too. It would have been really easy to just lay down one or two pieces of fabric. Very inventive. Plus, I like the muted and limited colors and calmness of the piece. Looking good:)

Marie said...

Barb - what a great pictorial tutorial. Everything is so clear it leaves no room for many questions. Just one actually - how did you get the three-d effect on the first set of feathers?

Hugs - Marie

mary.keasler@gmail.com said...

Incredible, just simply incredible

Nellie's Needles said...

I've got one word - "Awesome!"

Joyce said...

This is simply amazing! I am in awe.

WoolenSails said...

You have me laughing, I saw that paw, grabbing at your goose, lol. Love how you did the feathers, great fabric choices for feather texture.

Debbie

Victoria @ BUMBLE BEANS said...

Your cat seems to be hungry for goose! You have such an amazing way with fabrics! it's gorgeous!

Rian said...

Wow! How cool is that! Who needs words!

frannie said...

And wordlessly you built a goose. Most impressive.

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