The Pokeberry Quilt

The Pokeberry Quilt

Friday, February 06, 2015

Ned and Jake...and Bison

 
I finished the applique on Ned and Jake.  Now to add the backing and a very thin binding.  I'll sew it by hand so that it continues that primitive and aged look.  Cee had a great tutorial on her YouTube channel on how to do that. Then the wool will be aged further.  

 
I thought I better throw in that picture of the wool rug in case you all aren't as captivated by the Bison as I am. 

 
A bit of a stare as another Bison is getting just a bit too close.

 
 A little tail and a big tail.
 

 
Like I said, I'm so captivated by them and the depth of feeling in their eyes.

 
A little one was enjoying the sun...jumping
 
 
Rolling in the dirt...

 
And jumping some more.
 
 


14 comments:

  1. I can imagine just sitting and watching the bison, they would captivate me too. And I love how your piece came out, beautiful wools and love the stitching.

    Debbie

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  2. I love your photos of the bison!-and all your wildlife. And I enjoy the stitching you create; life is never one dimensional.

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  3. I love your horses!
    Hope to see it all come together!
    The bison are amazing!

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  4. How impressive is that bison!

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  5. The Ned & Jake horse piece is very nice. Definitely has an old look.

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  6. I'm pleased to see Ned and Jake, but I may be just as captivated as you by the bison. They are such magnificent creatures. The stare looks very meaningful and intense. The baby is adorable. I wonder if all creatures play when they are babies.

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  7. I am totally captivated by the bison! They are such beautiful animals with such a terrible history. So wonderful to see them in your pictures!

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  8. Very sweet! Your wool block and the bison!

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  9. I love the wildlife photos that you share with us. Bison are so incredible to see up close and in person. Thanks for sharing these magnificent animals. Eyes are the windows of the soul.

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  10. Love your action shots...Too sweet.

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  11. Thank you for sharing the bison with us. I have never seen them in person. They are so beautiful & you are wonderful at capturing their spirit.

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  12. While Ned & Jake are wonderful....your bison photos are AMAZING and captivating :)

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  13. I'm with you -- love, love the bison!! The little guy jumping and rolling around is just too heartwarming!! And as always, your quilting is beautiful as well!!

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  14. Love your quilts and oh, your bison are amazing. Thank you so much for sharing them!

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