This quilted abstract wall hanging was inspired after watching a tutorial on paper piecing. Paper piecing is a traditional method used in patchworks which is loved by many and feared by many.
I've been itching to make a modern wall hanging for ages and particularly wanted to use just solid colours, so here it is. I quilted the wall hanging used straight lines within each of the shapes. You should be able to see this on the last two photographs.
There is a 'magic' binding (also known as a facing) which means that the binding is only visible on the back rather than framing the front and is suited to contemporary pieces.
There is a hanging sleeve on the back so you can insert a piece of batten wood (not provided).
The fabric is 100% cotton with a layer of wadding between the front and back. I made this on a domestic machine and finished the binding off by hand.
The approximate measurements of the wall hanging are: W45" x L23" or W114 cms x L58.5 cms.