geometric

I'm feeling the angular these days. I think I want to try something pojagi-esque for my craft room window. I've been reading more about it here.

being very inspired by:

elisabeth's swedish patchwork book

jen's photos of pojagi quilts from the quilt show, here and here

and images from the library books I have out now

11 thoughts on “geometric

  1. Jennifer says:

    Great post! All of these clear colors and geometry make me think of winter. The pojagi at the quilt show were beautiful in person. And next to so many large, “normal” quilts, the small pojagi pieces glittered in a quieter way. I was very inspired.

  2. Corinne Schillinger says:

    What soothing and inspirational pieces of work these are…and vaguely reminiscent of our American “crazy quilts” in a way… Do these contain batting and a backing? I didn’t get the sense that they did, but I could be mistaken…

  3. Faith says:

    I’m half-Korean and interested in Korean culture and crafts but I didn’t know about these before reading about them on your blog. But now I love them and plan on pumping my mom for more information about pojagi. Thanks for the tip!

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