The Pokeberry Quilt

The Pokeberry Quilt

Thursday, August 14, 2014

Row One of The Emily Munroe Quilt

 
Definitely a labor of love for me to reproduce this quilt, calms the mind and calms the soul to work on a quilt with so much history.

 
I have to purposely make my stitches crude and irregular to reflect the primitive look.

 
A closer look from the antique quilt of those blocks.
 
My heart aches at the death of Robin Williams...

13 comments:

  1. Lovely blocks. Looking forward to watching your progress.
    It is very sad about Robin Williams, for his family.

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  2. dear nancy, your blocks are so nice, i am wondering if she ,emily, quilted them,i read somewhere that it is a potholderquilt,and i do not quite know what that means,have a nice weekend,susi

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  3. I just love this pattern. I wonder how cotton applique would look as I dont have the money to buy wool. I am also saddened by Robin Williams. My grandfather and uncle look much like him.

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  4. Lovely quilt blocks, it looks like a big quilt! Jan Patek was at our guild meeting this week, she's funny, it made me think of you! Blessed be,

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  5. Tour version of this quilt is absolutely stunning, Nancy. Love your color and stitch choices. Enjoy the process and the little moments.

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  6. Lovely, just absolutely lovely. I too am so sad about that funny man.Just cannot understand it.
    maggey

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  7. Lovely block again and I feel the same about Robin Williams. Amid so many silly celebrities (fame, money, bling bling, selfies and only that) he stood out as a good person, a nice guy and a lover of animals. Seeing the video of him and Koko brought tears to my eyes.

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  8. Bonjour,
    J'ai fait aussi une courtepointe en appliquée , comme autre fois, j'ai eu beaucoup de bon temps à la faire,
    La vôtre est fantastique !!!

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  9. You are moving right along with this lovely quilt.

    Ah, so sad about Robin Williams.

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  10. How lovely! Such a big undertaking but it will be absolutely worth it, that is obvious already.

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  11. Simply beautiful!
    Charlotte

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  12. lovely!

    what a waste, when a light is turned out as quickly as Robin's was.

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  13. Is this a pattern? Love the blocks : )

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