The Pokeberry Quilt

The Pokeberry Quilt

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Primitive Peels


 
I'm honored to have my Primitive Peels quilt published in the 2015 Fall issue of the
Primitive Quilts and Projects magazine.
 
I used classic Brannock and Patek fabrics for the appliqued peels. 
I used the needle turn applique method to applique the peels.
 The background is a Moda woven black pinstripe. 
Hand quilted with black thread using the big stitch.

 
A beautiful cover photo of Sue Spargo's Pot of Blooms.

18 comments:

  1. I love the idea of doing peals and also have one with smaller leaf types, from one of Brackman's books, might do that one for a bed quilt with the flannels.

    Debbie

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  2. Oh how beautiful. I should get my copy this week. Can't wait. Congratulations!

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  3. Congratulations Nancy, looking forward to getting my copy to see how they photographed it.

    Your photo is lovely!

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  4. oh wow! I saw that quilt and feel in love with it!!

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  5. Just got my copy in the mail yesterday and your quilt is awesome.

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  6. Beautiful quilt Nancy,will have to make this one for sure, congratulations!

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  7. What a great quilt! Love the fabric and colors you chose.:)

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  8. Waiting patiently...your quilt, as well as Sue's, on my to do list!

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  9. This is gorgeous, too bad you are so far away, would love to see the stitching in close ups. Congrats!

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  10. Nancy - I was so happy to see your quilt in the magazine and I have been wanting to make an orange peel quilt. And I think I have some Brannock and Patek fabrics. I'm sure I do. Nancy P.

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  11. Wow. I have pieced an orange peel design. Your applique approach is wonderful.

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  12. Congratulations! So deserved, it is a beautiful quilt!

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  13. Beautiful quilt!!! I can't wait to get my Primitive Quilts magazine!

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  14. Just got my magazine yesterday and this quilt is beautiful. I like the size of the blocks and will be making it for sure! Great job.
    Mary

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  15. Very nice! Congratulations!!

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  16. I love this quilt!! Congrats on being in my all time favorite magazine!!

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  17. Congrats! It is a beautiful quilt and will fit right in that wonderful magazine. Still waiting for my copy.

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