The Pokeberry Quilt

The Pokeberry Quilt

Sunday, January 12, 2014

My Sue Spargo Quilts

I'm looking forward to starting Sue's BOM, In Full Bloom, in a few weeks.  So showing all the BOMs of hers that I have made in the past.
Ginger Grove, 2005

My red version of Ginger Grove, 2006.

 

Mercer Lane, 2006

Folklore, 2007
 
 
Imperial Blooms, 2011
 
 
I've had the Creative Stitching book for a month or so.  Really like it, small size and easy to refresh my mind on a stitch or two before I start working on a quilt. 
 
Sandi asked what I'm working on, will show some of what I'm making in the next week or so, been very distracted by the wildlife.
 
 

11 comments:

  1. I love all the quilts but Ginger Grove has always been my favourite. I was too late to join in Sue's BOM for 2014. All the places had been taken. I'll just have to wait for the pattern at the end of the year. Meantime I can watch you making yours.

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  2. Yes, I think Ginger Grove is my favourite too. I love both your versions. I was luckily enough to attend one of Sue's classes here in Melbourne, Australia, a few years ago. It was great to see her class samples up close & hear her thoughts on what inspires her work.

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  3. You really have done some beautiful work with her designs, and Folklore is my favorite pattern, just fun.

    Debbie

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  4. boy, those sure are beautiful, I just love her designs!
    hope to see yours as you go along!

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  5. So fabulous! I think Mercer Lane is still one of my favorite patterns from Sue Spargo, but they're all great. Yours are beautiful!

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  6. So Beautiful Nancy !
    Emperial Blooms is right down my alley ;)
    Rose

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  7. Such lovely quilts! Look forward to seeing you make the new bom. The name is promising!

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  8. Such fun quilts! I've done ginger grove and it is one of my favorites.

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  9. Beautiful Nancy! Love all of them, especially the Folklore. And girlfriend, I am envious :) Making a Sue Spago wool wall quilt & her Creative Stitching book is on my future bucket-list. Looking forward to the pix of the wildlife distracting you. Your Memory quilt in the latest Primitive Quilt mag is awesome!! :D Jackie in NC

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  10. I'm going to enjoy your BOM, I had to cancel out since I am working 10 hours a week. I love all your past ones! I know I will celebrate with you each month!

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  11. So lovely! Stunning! :)
    Greetings from Finland!
    Hugs, Ulla

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