The Pokeberry Quilt

The Pokeberry Quilt

Saturday, February 25, 2012

It's the Best Quilt Book Ever!

Pinterest is like reading the best quilt book ever.  The best of the best quilts that viewers love.  I've admired this quilt before, the simplicity of the single star, from the Folk Art Museum.
Diamond hexagon on silk background, from the quiltindex.  Maybe I need to learn how to sew hexagons, quiltindex.org
Taken with the colors and fabrics, quiltindex.org
I actually have had this picture of this rug torn from a magazine for a quilt I see in my head.  Finally a large picture to see the color variations, Folk Art Museum
Quiltindex.org
  So much inspiration, I  have to look away sometime, makes my mind start reeling of all the quilts that need, want to be made.
And I haven't even starting looking at primitive quilts or wool.

8 comments:

  1. Great quilts for inspiration, I like the one with x's in it, I have something like that, that I found to try and reproduce.

    Debbie

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  2. I agree Nancy! I love Pinterest! So much inspiration and what a great way to keep all the ideas/photos in one place. Happy browsing on Pinterest!

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  3. Pininterest is wonderful have you checked out Cheri Payne's pinterest it's got some great pins.

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  4. Nancy so glad you joined the rest of us pinners out there isn't it total visually stimulating and overload sometimes!!!! haven't noticed your pins yet but will be looking......i will admit i am a bit of a pinalcoholic!!!

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  5. nancy, i have yet to go on pintrest, im afraid i would definatly not get anything done.... love the quilts you showed above! we are getting a winter storm up north here so a good day to hook! enjoy your day nancy!

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  6. Pinterest is the most enjoyable computerized time sucking experience yet discovered....just ask me and my mom. Karmen

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  7. Oh, I just cannot allow myself to get started on Pinterest *lol* But I do love Quilt Index. That hexagon quilt is calling me - I want to do another and that one has a great visual without the commitment of an entire hexagon top.

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  8. Oh. My! Word!!! That circular quilt is something else!!

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