My howling wolf fabric collage is finished! And I love seeing progress pictures, so here are a few of mine from this project.
Most of the fabric is placed here. You can see my reference image in the top left. I wish I had taken a picture of my initial sketch, but I forgot…. The edges haven’t been glued yet here.
The next picture shows my auditioning some background fabrics. I knew I wanted a dark background. The solid black to the right felt too dark. Although I loved the starry night feel of the two different glittery fabrics on the bottom right, they actually seemed just too distracting when placed next to the wolf. I liked the balance of the top left fabric. Reminded me slightly of a dark woods feel.
Here the background is done. All my fabric pieces have been glued down and I’ve also added my border.
The next picture shows my beginning thread painting. Also gives you a better idea of the size of my fabric pieces. I like to start with the darkest threads first.
The back of the quilt after the black thread is finished. I love how much you can see the outline of the wolf at this point!
The next picture shows the finished back of the quilt after multiple colors of thread. I debated the background quilting for a while, but ultimately decided to go with a very simple pattern to focus only on the wolf. I love looking at the back of thread painted quilts!
And a couple of close ups of the front of the quilt. It’s hard to see the thread painting in a normal distance photo and I love seeing the details!
And my wolf collage is finished! I’ve had so much fun working on this project. The reference photo is one that I’ve drawn many times before and it felt only appropriate to make a fabric version.
Happy quilting! ~Jessica 🙂
4 thoughts on “Wolf collage quilt progress pictures.”
Thanks so much Melissa! This one is not for sale, but if you are interested in a custom piece similar to this one you can use the contact form and get in touch! I’m not sure that I would recommend putting a collage quilt on a bed though, mine are not meant to be washed.
Your quilt is so beautiful. Is it for sale? Could it be made into a quilt for a bed (twin)?
Hey Becky! I’m so thrilled you found me here! I decided at the end of last year I needed a mental break from social media and all that comes with it. Not that I’ve yet written it off for good, but I’m definitely enjoying all things art more without it! I am absolutely still drawing (I have a stack to get photos of to get on my website… I’m so bad about it these days) although I am spending most of my creative time with fabric these days. I hope all is well, and thank you as always for the super kind words! Jessica 🙂
No wonder I have not seen any posts on Instagram regarding your drawings! I was starting to worry that something had happened! ? This quilt is absolutely gorgeous! I cannot imagine how long it took to complete. Your talent continues to astound me. Will you be drawing again soon?
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