Really, coco, really? Seriously....she came up to the coffee table and licked up and swallowed my cherry before I could do a thing about it.
More quilts from the show.
Sorry, this one is blurry. This may not be everyone's cup of tea, but I loved it. I thought it was really charming, but then again, I love stamps and I like dolls. A fabric was used that looked just like the perforation on stamps, remember when we had to tear and lick them?....ah, the good old days.
What a lovely quilt, and very well done. Humble, lovely.
I really liked this one. The seaons were well represented. I also liked that she added wool pennies - clever girl!
This quilt was made in the 1860s. It was pristine! If you study it, there are definite patterns in the placement of the flowers. Very unusual color choice, then again it was the 1860s.....
This is a great quilt. I'm really drawn to solids lately. It was fun to figure out what the block is. There is a an interesting sashing thang going on here. Can you find the block pattern? can you say Y seam?
I think we all know who's fabric this is. That's alotta sewing.
Okay, this is from the "World Quilts" competition and it won "Best Use of Color". That's all, I have nothing else to add.......?
I will post the last of my photos on Friday -
have a great week and I hope you find time to sew.