Katalin Horvath

Quilter, Textile artist

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11-Mar-2016

On a rainy day I brought out my paints to experiment a little. I thought of a Buddha face, that looked like a gold statue. When I experiment, it means, that I state to myself, it will not necessarily be used for something, it is just for experimenting. It is important,...

4-Mar-2016

 

Spring is here by the calendar, let us celebrate with some beautiful folk flowers!

In my country, Hungary has a very old tradition of embroidery. The different regions of the Carpathian Basin have their own traditional flowers and colorations, that run through the cent...

27-Feb-2016

In the beginning I was wondering many times, how can people make their quilts so realistic. There are some methods that work well, photocopy is one, painting the design with fabric paints is another. But if you would like to create it with thread and fabric, you might...

19-Feb-2016

In the beginning of my quilting life accuracy and precision was key importance. I started mainly with piecing, but pretty soon I found limitations in execution of my images on mind. So I started to applique. That gave a lot more independence in shapes, but I still was...

12-Feb-2016

I have always been amazed by fractal images. These are mathematical formulas turned into a never ending, always repeating in smaller and smaller scale patterns. I found a wonderful image by Cory Ench very inspiring, so I gave it a try. First I had to decide on backgrou...

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Flat 10 Monkton Court

35 Branksome Wood Road

Bournemouth, Dorset

BH2 6DF

UK

email: dreamquilt4u@gmail.com

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Katalin Horvath

Quilter, Textile artist

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