The Pokeberry Quilt

The Pokeberry Quilt

Friday, June 29, 2012

The Big Prim Basket with Stars, Finished

I machine quilted The Big Prim Basket, just before a heat wave hit and the upstairs becomes intolerable where I'm set up to do machine quilting.  Only one cat, Bailey, the Burmese, enjoys laying up there in that dry, hot air, don't get it, but then cats are such a mystery.
Finally, a closeup of the baby marmot, don't think he expected me to be waiting behind a rock.  About the only wildlife right now that it has gotten so hot, like much of the west, fires with increasing danger of more and high temps. 


10 comments:

  1. Looks good. The star on the big basket makes it very prim style.

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  2. hi nancy, thanx for stopping by my blog..always nice to hear from you. love the quilts you have been working on and all the fabric you won!~ what a stash! sooo hot all over right now! i hope it doesnt stay like this all summer! mother nature is so scary at times.. your little baby animal is a cute little guy! enjoy your evening and you and the kitties stay somewhat cool..

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  3. that's wonderful, it was 104 for us today, tomorrow is supposed to be a record breaking 108, maybe more.

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  4. I like your quilt! What is it about stars and hearts, they always look so good on a quilt!

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  5. Love the quilting, really nice touch for that quilt. I got the brilliant idea to hand quilt the runner, Kelley gave me, going to take me all weekend, lol. I did do some machine quilting too, a bit at a time, it will get done. That little guy is so cute.

    Debbie

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  6. another primitive beauty, you have a talent for taking a few simple primitive shapes and creating a simply wonderful quilt.....

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  7. The quilt looks great Nancy, I love the colours.
    Your marmot baby is so cute, that was a great shot.
    Hugs, Angela.x

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  8. Please say you are going to make a pattern for that quilt! I *swoon* every time I see a photo of it :-)

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  9. Just dropping in to see how things are going! I"m just starting to get back into things too. I loved seeing all the wildlife pics and revisiting all your old quilts! Just what I needed!

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  10. My SIL had a burmese who loved to lay almost completely UNDER a roaring wood stove. She was hot to the touch.
    Love you basket quilt!

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