The Pokeberry Quilt

The Pokeberry Quilt

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

The Winter Quilt

 
A member of my quilting group was talking about making this quilt, The Winter Quilt by Jan Patek.  It's in this issue of the Simply Vintage magazine that Quiltmania publishes. 

 
It's also in this book from Jan that I have.  It might just become one of my next long term needle turn applique projects.
Seems appropriate to post a pic from my window of what Winter looks like here.  All this snow came down within hours this morning as the temperature dropped from 45 degrees to 15 degrees.

14 comments:

  1. The snow looks amazing - you have probably guessed this comment is from someone who doesn't experience snow in their neck of the woods....in fact I have only ever seen snow once before so I love seeing all the pics of snow from the northern hemisphere at this tme of the year - a white Christmas is definitely on my bucket list.

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  2. WOW that snow on those pines is such a gorgeous picture!!! I think I might have that book too---will have to go check it out. :) Stay warm and no falls, girl. :d

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  3. I wanted to make the one on the front cover for a start, maybe we can do old patek patterns that we have always wanted to do, for a fun project.

    Debbie

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  4. Ohhh!!!! love the quilt, beautiful.....Looks so pretty with the snow, Francine.

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  5. Look at that snow...and I love that quilt.

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  6. Our snow is rolling in through the night. I like the winter quilt. Kind of like the light ground too.

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  7. I love the quilt!, But am glad it is Not 15 here! BRRR!

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  8. Your snow is beautiful.....I can imagine you making that quilt this winter!
    The snow does change things, be safe!

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  9. That is a wonderful quilt! You have snow already.... ? Keep warm & stay safe!

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  10. The Winter Quilt is lovely and so is all that beautiful snow !
    Rose

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  11. Lovely pattern and I like the trees in the border. I enlarged your photo of the snow and I can't believe how much snow sits on the tree branches! Like Lorraine, I don't live in an area that gets snow, we would have to travel a few hours to visit the snowfields.

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  12. That's a fun looking quilt!

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  13. That picture is gorgeous; it would make a nice card. Love the quilt; I'll have to look for the book. Thinking of doing a block or two in wool applique depending on size. Please stay safe on the snow and ice.

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  14. I would like to make this quilt too when i sew it in Simply Vintage!!
    Have a good day with snow , Kisses from France.

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