The Pokeberry Quilt

The Pokeberry Quilt

Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Folklore


The top pic is what I was appliqueing on the roof yesterday, the colors are so wonderful, all wool and appliqued with wool threads with a whip stitch. The only cotton is the little striped square. Sets off this section just perfectly.

I forgot to say since I'm now editing this post that Libby tagged me for the blogs that inspire and make me think, yikes, my best thinking comes while I'm sleeping, seriously, I wake up with a quilting design in my head, so I will think tonight and post tomorrow.

9 comments:

  1. The applique looks wonderful! I've never wool appliqued. I did buy a kit at my favorite quilt shop. Once I'm organized I will make an attempt at it. Keep well and happy quilting!

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  2. Oh gosh Nancy, they are beautiful. I haven't even had time to check in on the group. These are awesome!

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  3. Another beautiful applique project from you. I love seeing the wool applique. Have to find some wool myself now and give it a try. Do you know any good internet shops that sells wool?

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  4. Your wool applique is gorgeous! I've done 2 wool applique quilts and I think I did too much and now I need a break from wool.

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  5. I am behind on blog reading, just catching up some, I just wanted to say, Where you live is truly, mind, body and soul. Congratulations!

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  6. Hello Nancy. Where you live is just beautiful.

    Your work is fantastic. I very much want to learn wool applique and also how to do penny rugs. I put those two things into a google search..and found your blog. Would love to learn anything you can tell me about wool applique :)

    Best wishes
    doreen

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  7. Oh it's another wonderful block - the stripe just sets it off.

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  8. I so wish I had seen this quilt when she had sign-ups! It's fabulous and you do it such justice!

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  9. Love your applique pieces! The colors and workmanship are wonderful. They remind me of Sue Spargo quilts.

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