The Pokeberry Quilt

The Pokeberry Quilt

Friday, January 04, 2013

The Collector Series, Still?

Yes, it still needs borders.  I have to admit, I cut blocks down and added strips after sewing one 'why' seam.  So I need to add some applique to those blank spaces, you can tell the block at the top with the cabin has had a strip added, another tree should balance the block. 

I won't tell you how cold I was hanging the quilt on the line, but the quilt has become too large to take a decent pic of it inside.  Plus there is something about the outdoors for a backdrop.


  1. It is sure looking good. I also love the way you display your quilts :)

    Happy New Year!

  2. love it out of the fence. i can just imagine the cold!
    hope your weekend is fantastic!

  3. Looks good! Cold here--28 when went for my walk at 9 am.

  4. Looks so beautiful over the fence, wonderful job.......keep warm and cozy, Francine.

  5. Holy Moly! Your quilt is perfect and so is your outdoor backdrop. Thanks for sharing a picture, its so inspiring.

  6. It's looking great Nancy, you're right about the backdrop it always looks wonderful. Wrap up warm with your camera.

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  8. Oops - I will retype this:) It looks great and I hope there are no dents in either your machine or your head from the head-banging:) It turned out beautifully.
    Keep warm and many blessings,

  9. I love seeing your quilts hanging on the line, the outdoor setting suits your work so well. The cabin block and the single flower block are my favs. Keep warm, whilst we are trying to keep cool!

  10. You are inspiring me to get mine out and finish it. It is fantastic. I miss Montana so your backdrop is great.


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