The Pokeberry Quilt

The Pokeberry Quilt

Thursday, September 28, 2006

Lynda Hall

If you have never seen Lynda Hall's work, you should check out her website,
http://primitivepiecesbylynda.com/intro.html

Lots and I mean lots of primitive quilt patterns and two of her newest quilts are under Keeping Room, one a huge basket that I love and then three wool table rugs. I just love her work, plus she's such a nice person.

For more inspiration I have a prim yahoo group that loves prim and the members are all so talented, http://groups.yahoo.com/group/primitivefolkartquilting/

6 comments:

  1. I just signed up on your prim folk group. I am waiting for approval. I am on a couple other prim folk art groups, it is way more appealing to me than the traditional quilting.

    Beth
    http://bethknits.blogspot.com/

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  2. I just love Lynda's patterns. Earlier this year I bought the pattern "Burning the midnight oil" I have found the fabric (all Moda), but not started yet. But I will......sooooooon.
    Have a nice day

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  3. Lynda's patterns are among my favorites. I hope to be able to take a class with her one day.

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  4. Oh yes, I have a ton of her patterns on my list of to-do's!

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  5. It was your RED Ginger Grove that did me in! :)

    Yes, Lynda is one of my all-time-favorite designers!!

    Jeanne

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  6. I love your blog! I have been a fan of Jan Patek & Linda Brannock since my sister gave "Snowbound" about 12 years ago! I had never done needleturn applique and I "whined" to my Mom why did Rose get me this book I can't do this-- and Mom replied you have to or Rosie's feelings will be hurt. Keep up the good work I love it.
    I have a blog-- but it needs work!

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