Baskets, Berries & Leaves

Baskets, Berries & Leaves

Sunday, February 03, 2013

My Folk Art Best

I'm making this Bird Quilt from one of Cheri's older design books, using the raw edge applique method for my applique.   
Lots of primitive projects, think the book goes back to 2002.  Thanks to my follower for the gift of the book.

There's that Bird Quilt on the back cover of the book.

12 comments:

  1. love the book, and the photos.
    I really like raw edge, it is just so much easier for me to do.
    your projects always look so great

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  2. I do like that pattern, that would be a fun one to make, would be a nice challenge quilt for the group;)

    Debbie

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  3. Oh Nancy, that looks like a wonderful quilt, Blessings Francine.

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  4. you make primitive look good..... sometimes I forget about those old designs, see them pop up and say "that's not half bad"..... too bad so many good folk art books are out of print, you've got a great collection...... cheri

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  5. I think that is one book I missed purchasing. Looks like a good one. You have a very generous follower.

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  6. Sure wish I had some of those older books, but I didn't quilt back then. Have fun with that great pattern.

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  7. One of my very favorite books ..... either right after or right before or right in the middle of all her other "Best" books! LOL

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  8. LOVE that raw edge.....my all time favorite on all that yummy prim fabric. :)

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  9. Hi Nancy,
    What a wonderful quilt that's going to be, I've never tried raw edge appliqué, must put it on to my 'to do' list.
    Have a great week,
    Hugs, Angela.x

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  10. Great pattern....hope we get to see this quilt hanging on the line soon.

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  11. What Shakerwood said . . . . I do love Cheri's designs so very much. Yours is great.

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  12. Gosh I love Cheri! So gorgeous!

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Nancy