This quilt belongs to the poetry series but I wasn't happy with it when I completed it and over a year ago. I'm still not happy with it. For one, I've ironed the heck out of the middle section at the bottom and that crease will not come out. Two, the vertical seams are not straight and that bothers me for this piece. Third, the horizontal strips need to be narrower and the colours are slightly off for what I intended. Maybe if they had been narrower they wouldn't distract me. What I love about the piece is the fabrics I created (with the circles and writing) and the colours of those.
These are the thoughts I have: One, cut them into three individual pieces, (see below). Two, cut it into postcards; or, three, make my first journal covers or small purses. Since I'm not attached to this piece I'm open for suggestions. (There is prolly someway to add a poll feature, but I don't have the time to investigate). Leave your ideas in the comments...and peace :)
Postscript: The above post was a draft I wrote yesterday for posting today but since last evening, my fantastic news that was announced at the LAFTA meeting is my quilt, Urban Egression, won the LAFTA award in the Fine Arts division/Constructed Textiles category. The jurying process was a blind one with 3 jurors from the organization. I haven't attended a meeting in months so it felt like divine guidance for me to have the energy and inclination to attend. I instantly had goosebumps from head to toe. I have the image upon my FB photos, but I'm on a different computer right now and will upload the image later. Again, Peace...and have a super fantastic weekend!