The Pokeberry Quilt

The Pokeberry Quilt

Saturday, April 05, 2014

One More Time, The Pokeberry Quilt


I finished sewing the borders on the other day.  That older Brannock and Patek black striped fabric is perfect for the border.  I wish I could find more of it for another quilt I'm working on.


This was a kit that I bought on Ebay last fall.  I wanted something that I could work on easily while recuperating after the breaking the leg incident.  It's from Jan's Girl Gang group from 2002.  The seller taught the class and had many of the blocks completed and the vintage fabrics sorted so the stitching went fast.  I will quilt it by hand using the big stitch.




A beautiful day, not too cold, still some snow in the background and at the higher elevations and wonderful green grasses for the wildlife. 



11 comments:

  1. This quilt is so beautiful. I really like how the blocks are off center - not lined up. Love the colors.
    Rose

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  2. It is a beautiful quilt Nancy. One of these days I'm going to but this pattern and teach myself to applique. I am really drawn to Jan's early patterns.

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  3. Beautiful quilt, I love how all the blocks are so different, also different techniques.

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  4. The border is perfect for your quilt, really pulls it all together beautifully.

    Debbie

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  5. It is a beautiful quilt and one you should be very proud of. Glad Spring has sprung for you! It was 75 degrees here in SC today and blue, blue skies. Spring is my favorite season. Have a great weekend.

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  6. It's a beautiful quilt Nancy, and lovely sewing. Love the fabric you have used for the borders.

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  7. Love it. I wonder if jan may have some of the fabric in her stash.

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  8. love the border too!
    it's very beautiful!

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  9. You did a wonderful job. The right person won this kit. It makes me happy. Nancy P.

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  10. Love this quilt and hand quilting with a prim stitch will be perfect! Enjoy your day Nancy!

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