SOLD for $1,000
BRAVO, by Victor
I’ve been thinking, “How do I quilt pieces together in a way that every piece is a different shape, no repetition...is that possible...absolutely it’s possible!”
This one took a while to sort out and is a bit of a brain bender when you look at it. I wanted the orientation of fabric to hold the structure of the plaid grain, while the actual seams disrupt it.
The construction and design are based on many iterations of beach blankets of denim we made last year that actually functioned quite well. The sand doesn’t stick much and with a good shake they stay pretty clean. I like making them from one layer of fabric so they are lighter in weight, so I went with that for Bravo too.
Fabrics: Cone Mills Deadstock Experimental Selvage Denim + Picnic Punk Plaid
Inspiration: An answer to the question of what a modern "quilt" looks like.
Handmade + signed by Victor Lytvinenko in Raleigh, NC