The Pokeberry Quilt

The Pokeberry Quilt

Thursday, July 05, 2007

Birds of a Feather

  • With the holiday and way to hot to be outside, I was able to finish the pear block yesterday, I remember someone else mentioning about working with wool in the summer, but in the house with a.c., not so bad.
  • Don't know if you can see, but the bird legs were done with wool yarn and couched with wool thread. Now to decide which block to do next, tend to skip around on these big quilts.

10 comments:

  1. Your blocks are beautiful! I really like the wools you're using. Will you quilt this when you are done?

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  2. Wonderful blocks ! Using wool is a great idea ...

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  3. Your BOAF is looking yummy!!! I am STILL waiting for mine to come back from the longarmer!

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  4. Your BOAF is looking wonderful! You always have such a great color sense!

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  5. Lovely job your doing on your BOAF :O)...

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  6. Love those birds. The legs are great. I am so happy to see so much applique happening in blogland.

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  7. You make such beautiful blocks! These are great, and so are the Folklore ones.

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  8. This pattern looks wonderful done in wool, great job! I look forward to the completed quilt.

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  9. I like your applique. Applique is a passion of mine, too. Roz

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  10. Hi Nancy, I don't see an email addy for you, so I will leave a request here..*VBS* I was sorting vintage fabrics tonight, and came across something from Chinook, MT. I'd love to send it to you for the cabin if you'd drop me a quick email...it's old enough to fit right in..*VBS*
    Try to stay cool, and be careful of that fire danger. Hugs, Finn

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