The Pokeberry Quilt

The Pokeberry Quilt

Monday, December 21, 2015

Six Cats in My Garden

 
The cold snowy blizzard like weather has allowed me to finish the hand quilting
on Linda Brannock's Six Cats in My Garden.
 
 
I need to sew the binding on yet. 
 I'm using the same border fabric for the binding.

 
I kept the hand quilting simple by using the big stitch and crochet cotton for my thread.  
 
I hope Linda's family knows how much her designs
 continue to inspire primitive quilters like me.


14 comments:

  1. I like the directional quilting and the big stitch, that was a nice choice for the quilt.

    Debbie

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  2. Another beautiful quilt and the quilting looks great. Merry Christmas Nancy.

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  3. Love your quilt! I love everything that Linda has done! It was through her that I gained my love of primitive and the big stitch. What a legacy she leaves us...

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  4. I love it, is is a wonderful work of art.
    Merry Christmas!

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  5. Great in outdoor. Merry Christmas
    Tine

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  6. I'm not a cat person, but appreciate your lovely work.

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  7. dear nancy,very lovely,i wish you a merry chrismas and a happy new year,susi

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  8. what a nice post - I hope Linda sees it. Love your outdoor photo shoot - must be a winter garden.

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  9. Heartwarming tribute, Nancy. I just finished Squint, and Six Cats is next for me. Linda's talents and memory live on! Best wishes to you for a Merry Christmas and a new year filled with good health and blessings beyond measure. Thank you for your blog.

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  10. I loved this quilt the first time you showed it and I was thrilled when I found a copy of Memories on Ebay so I could make one too someday. Such a fun quilt. Thank you for all the inspiration!

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  11. P.S. The colors in this one looks kind of perfect for Christmas. I hope your Christmas is a happy one :-)

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  12. What a wonderful design, and you have done a great job! Enjoy the snow and Merry Christmas!

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  13. Yes, Linda will live on forever in her amazing designs! Hard to believe she's gone!

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