Thursday, August 14, 2014

Chroma by Mark Hordyszynski

It's great be be here, posting on Michael Miller Fabric's "Making it Fun" blog.

is a tribute to color
presented in simple silhouettes
Color Hue Rainbow Original Masterful Abstract
evoking a modern, urban renaissance
free form rectangles and circles akimbo and askew
primitive, rough-handed vertical ragged stains

Cotton Couture in Brite White worked wonderfully for the pillow cases both in having a soft hand and it sews so effortlessly.

 droplets etching meandering, shape-shifting paths
Used together or separately
 they’re graphically focused to embolden your artistic sensibilities
For the men's shirt I used the selvage with my name for the label and color windows as a trim on the bottom front placket. 
No two buttons are identical.

Paint Chips, Paint Lids, Brush Stroke and Drop Cloth
can be viewed by clicking above, 
and the free download of Marinda Stewart's Paint Chips Quilt can be downloaded by clicking here or on the quilt below.

All my best,

1 comment:

DianeY said...

Love this line! I just ordered some yesterday!