My opposites piece is called "Leg-O's" and features chair legs and human legs. (You may remember I was considering the color palette and doing some sketches here.) Looking at the piece as a whole and in parts, I've come up with eleven different opposites that are represented in my quilt, if you stretch your imagination a bit. Here are a few pairings to get your mind going: animate vs. inanimate, male vs. female, sitting vs. standing, whole vs. split, barefooted vs. shoed....
© Vivien Zepf, 2014
I also have to share that I used an Aurifil thread I'd never used before: Mako'Ne 50/2. It was an absolute delight to use! It was the perfect thread to use for this piece because it makes a fine line and I could go over it a few times to make it bolder, and to make the line appear more like a sketched line. Though cotton, the thread is almost silky without a bump or nob in sight. I loved it and will be shopping for more colors soon.