The Pokeberry Quilt

The Pokeberry Quilt

Monday, February 08, 2016

The Emily Munroe Quilt

 
My progress on The Emily Munroe Quilt.

 
All wool applique on the 10" square wool backgrounds.


The blocks are basted together to make it easier
to take the photos since the quilt is getting very heavy.
Also helps me keep them in order until I decide
 which method I'm going to use to finish the quilt.
 


The pattern is from Froncie Quinn of Hoopla Patterns.
She reproduced this Civil War era quilt based on the
 original that hangs in the New England Quilt Museum.
 
 
I have one more row to go. 
The last row only has five blocks.
 The cutout corners were thought to be indigenous to
New England and made to accommodate the four-poster beds.
 

8 comments:

  1. I know you will be happy when that last row is finished, it is so beautiful and will be wonderful to have it done so you can enjoy using it.

    Debbie

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  2. Simply beautiful, and a wonderful treasure.

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  3. Almost there....lovely to see it among the trees. I like all the horses in the blocks.
    Groetjes
    Annemieke

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  4. Almost there....lovely to see it among the trees. I like all the horses in the blocks.
    Groetjes
    Annemieke

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  5. dear nancy,only five blocks to sew! i wonder how you quilt it, it is such a wonderful quilt,mine is heavy ,too,but very cosy, take care,susi

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  6. I'm sure you will be cosy and warm under it next wint! It looks wonderful!

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  7. A beautiful, warm looking quilt, enjoy those last blocks.

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