Tonight, a few more quilts from the very successful Queen's Bush show two weeks ago. A long busy day today, with more driving than I like! But finally, some beautiful weather, and I find myself watching the crops wherever I drive!
As you can guess, this was a wall hanging I liked, with its bright colours, and that northern pine tree.
One of the more spectacular quilts, with an incredible amount of 'paper piecing' to fit all those tiny pieces together, and quite the interesting design.
From a distance, this could be embroidery, but it's a lot of careful piecing to create these different designs.
I should give credit to the Rug Hookers group too, who were part of the show. Markdale has quite an active group of 'hookers'.
Another of Mrs. F.G.'s wall hangings.
And another of her submissions, an exercise in learning embroidery designs. An acquaintance stopped me in the grocery store out of the blue a few days later and commented on how much she liked this piece - each little circle was a 'meditation' in its own right. And it took forever to do!
And then there was this sewing machine that a certain someone pointed out to me that might be coming our way in the future. I'm not going to tell you the price!!
Such spectacular work. Love all of it!ReplyDelete
More beautiful work. Hope you don't have to rob a bank.ReplyDelete
Red Geraniums, spectacular, and a long arm quilting/ embroidery/ sewing machine?? I can have a guess at the price, not sure of the brand? Nolting, Innova, Handi Quilter, Gammill? Plese keep us informed of its progress to your home. And the circle stitcheries, yes they take ages, but what a grand finish.ReplyDelete
More wonderful quilts today. That machine is very pricey but make quick work pf quilting.ReplyDelete
Wow, they are all gorgeous quilts. The wall hanging is beautiful too. Have a great day and week ahead!ReplyDelete
I love the geranium quilt the best.ReplyDelete
I love the geranium quilt! It's so lovely and I'm glad you shared it with me, I've never seen another quite like it. And the first quilt is pretty, too. :-)ReplyDelete
Hello!:) Impressive and beautiful quilts of spectacular quality. I like them all, and admire the skill and patience that is needed to make them.ReplyDelete
That first one's my favourite.ReplyDelete
Wow, beautiful quilts. I used to quilt, made many of them. I gave them away as gifts.ReplyDelete
oh wow gosh some people are so clever! I made one for my daughter when she was about 5, she still has it.ReplyDelete
Beautiful quilts and rugs. My sister is the quilter. I've done a few latch hook rugs. That's more my crafty style. - MargyReplyDelete
These quilts are amazing!ReplyDelete
Wonderful quilts! We went back to the Virginia Quilt Museum recently and saw their new exhibits.ReplyDelete
wow, a huge and quite beautiful collection!! i quilted many years ago, when my boys were born (33 years ago)!!ReplyDelete
Mrs F G is very talented. I love the little cupcake design.ReplyDelete
I love seeing all these and really liked your wife's pieces.ReplyDelete
Such talent and beauty - and thanks for sharing for those of us who can't be there. And a new sewing machine - what a great treat. Can't wait to see what comes from it.ReplyDelete