The Pokeberry Quilt

The Pokeberry Quilt

Wednesday, January 07, 2015

The Emily Munroe Quilt

 
Two rows complete of this Civil War quilt that I am reproducing.  Hand stitched with wool applique on wool backgrounds and wool yarns for the couching.
 

A few blocks completed for the next two rows.  I love the horses and the extra couching around the blankets.  I am astonished at the detail that Emily stitched into each block.
 

 
I had to wait for the Elk to leave to hang my quilt.
 


11 comments:

  1. Your blocks are looking so good! You too have done so much work to make them look so good.

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  2. Your blocks are beautiful. And, what sweet "neighbors" you have! : )

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  3. Love the blocks! And is he licking your clothespins? ha ha

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  4. The more I see it, the more I love it and that elk is just too funny.

    Debbie

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  5. Your blocks continue to amaze me, stunning. The elk looks like he's catching water drops from the clothes pins; such a great specimen.

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  6. GORGEOUS quilt. I am sure, with your talent, you will reproduce it beautifully !
    Rose

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  7. Wow! You are moving right along. It is looking so wonderful!
    I Always enjoy your wildlife photos. This one is too cute!

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  8. It is very beautiful Nancy.
    Karmen

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  9. The blocks are very beautiful.
    Love that line: 'I had to wait for the Elk to leave to hang my quilt.' Who else can say this? Shows what a special environment you live in.

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  10. such lovely work!! the elk is a hoot, I would wait for him to leave too.

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  11. Beautiful work. The quilt when finished will be priceless!

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