Art Quilt, Burnt Orange, Spider Web Threadwork with Beads of Dew, Dew On The Web
Fiber art wall hanging with cut out circular areas that are strung with threadwork done by hand that is reminiscent of a spider’s web with beaded “dewdrops”.
11″w x 17″h Free shipping offered in Continental U.S.
1 in stock
This little fiber art wall hanging has cut out circular areas that are strung with threadwork done by hand that is reminiscent of a spider’s web. Little beads of “dew” are suspended in the webs and sparkle in the light. The main fabric is a burnt orange hand-dyed fabric and the circle areas are backed with a beautiful purchased handmade marbled fabric. Beaded strands dangle at the bottom of the piece with glass leaf detail. Quilting stitches in a floral and vine motif help to transport you to the spider’s garden!
This little gem would be lovely hanging in a little nook or small wall space in your home, or added to your gallery wall! Check out its companion piece, “Touch of Blue”, sold separately.
Specifics about this piece:
Dimensions: 11”w x 17”h
Shipping: I am offering free shipping within the Continental U.S. Pieces are shipped folded or rolled in a box with tissue padding to eliminate creases. Insurance is charged separately at customer’s request. Contact me regarding shipping outside the U.S.
About My Work
I use fabric, thread, and often beads to create wall quilts that are like paintings in cloth. My work is mostly abstract and it reflects my appreciation of the beauty to be found in the mountains, forests, fields, and gardens of Western Montana (USA) where I am inspired to create. You will see recurring motifs in my work like leaves, flowers, trees and other elements of the natural world, although sometimes the connection to nature is found in the color choice or varied textures of the cloth. I am also excited by color and combining color in sometimes unexpected ways.
Most pieces are heavily stitched by machine with a hand-guided organic style of movement and line that is not marked or pre-planned. I love to incorporate stone, glass, metal, wood and other types of beads which become integral to the work as a wonderful contrast and compliment to the fiber. Beads catch light in a different way than fabric so they add strong visual impact to the art. I use many types of cloth and often create my own designs using techniques such as dyeing, painting, stamping, stenciling, color removal, rusting, and soy wax batik. Some pieces are wholecloth designs where a single piece of cloth I have created, my quilting/stitching designs, and any embellishment I may choose to add come together to make a piece of art that is thoughtful and meaningful.
All of my fiber art pieces are finished with a fabric sleeve for hanging stitched to the back side and shipped with a wooden rod for easy hanging. Two small nails (or long pushpins for smaller pieces) will keep the work hanging neat and straight on your wall for a wonderful art accent in your home or business.
My pieces are one-of-a-kind, original designs and although I may work in a series of related pieces on occasion, never is there going to be another piece exactly like this one.
Please let me know if you have any questions about my work in general or a particular quilt or technique. I often share works in progress, new work, where I’m showing my art and teaching activities on my Fiber Into Art by Heidi Facebook Page at and on my blog.
Fiber Into Art by Heidi
I use fabric, thread, and beads to create wall quilts that are like paintings in cloth. My work is mostly abstract and it reflects my appreciation of the beauty to be found in the mountains, forests, fields, and gardens of Western Montana where I am inspired to create.