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A View from Baker Court #1       28 ½" x 22 ¾"
Cotton Fabric, Thread
Techniques: Dimensional Piecing, Raw-edge Applique, Free-motion stitching, Trapunto

This is the largest piece in the "A View from Baker Court" series based on my own original photo.
It incorporates many techniques including individual, free-standing trees and bushes in the
foreground to provide extra, almost 3D dimensional effects.




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A View from Baker Court #2         10" x 8"
Cotton Fabric, Thread
Techniques: Raw Edged Applique, Free-motion stitching

This version of "A View from Baker Court", based on an original photo of mine, utilizes applying fabric shapes
to a background and stitching around their raw edges and other areas of the piece to create detail and dimension.







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A View from Baker Court #3       10"x8"
Discharged Cotton Fabric, Thread
Techniques: Discharging Cotton Fabric, Free-motion stitching

Elements of an original photograph were traced and printed to create a template which was cut up with portions removed during
the discharging process to create a landscape in fabric which was Free-motion stitched as a "quilt sandwich" for dimensional effects.


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A View from Baker Court #4       10" x 8"
Cotton Fabric, Rusting Solution, Thread
Techniques: Screen printing, Rusting process on Fabric, Free-motion stitching

Cotton fabric was screen-printed (made from an original photo) with an iron oxide powder rusting solution
(which stains the fabric in the printed areas) then free-motion stitched as a "quilt sandwich" to create an interesting fabric landscape.







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A View from Baker Court #5       10" x 8"
Digital Image Transfer Paper, Cotton Fabric, Thread
Techniques: A Digital Image made from an original photo was transferred by heat to fabric, Free-motion stitching.

The Original photo was printed onto special transfer paper using an inkjet printer then placed on the background fabric and
heated until the image was transferred to the rust-stained background fabric which created an aged effect to the landscape image.

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A View from Baker Court #6         10" x 8"
Cotton Fabric, Thread
Techniques: Digital printing, Handstitching (Running Stitches and French Knots).

Based on an original photo, the image was digitally printed onto a water-soluble substrate and hand-stitched with black thread.





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A View from Baker Court #7"       10" x 8"
Cotton Fabric, Printing Block, Block Printing Ink, Thread
Techniques: Printing Block created from an original photo, Free-motion stitching

Background fabric was printed with a Block Print based on an original photo then Free-motion
stitched as a "quilt sandwich" to create dimension and visual interest in this fabric landscape.

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This Photo shows the relative sizes of items in the series:

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