This quilled Chicago White Sox logo was made for my Uncle Rich. He is a big White Sox fan and the original plan was for a Christmas present. I was able to finish the project this morning in time to give it to him this afternoon. I was so excited by the finished project there was no way I could wait until Christmas. I also want to give a big thank you to my husband who helped me decide how fill the project and provided much needed baseball expertise.
I started out by pinning the logo
Then framed the logo in a dark navy
I quilled the retired numbers for the jersey area.
Next, I filled the arm and hat with circles and the jersey with circles and the retired numbers.
When I originally placed the retired numbers in the jersey area the numbers were lost. I pulled the numbers and lined the inside of the circles with red. This highlighted the numbers and allowed them to pop.
I glued and pinned everything then filled the letters with paper crimped on the comb in the above picture.
The pins were pulled then I placed the finished piece on white paper with blue shadow behind the design.
Here are some pictures of the project from other angles
This is the final project. I am really happy with the results.