The Pokeberry Quilt

The Pokeberry Quilt

Wednesday, November 13, 2019

The Emily Munroe Quilt


I have finally finished my 
Emily Munroe Quilt.


Years of hand stitching to complete this 
replica of a Civil War quilt.


Wool applique on wool backgrounds with 
yarn and specialty threads for embellishment.
Instead of quilting, I used the potholder method
to finish the quilt.


The original quilt is showcased in
this pattern from Francine Quinn
of Hoopla Patterns.

13 comments:

  1. Woohoo! It is simply gorgeous. Congratulations!

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  2. Wow! Wow! Wow! You have outdone yourself! That looks stunning.

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  3. It is one of the most beautiful quilts ever! Yes, a great big WOW, but there aren't words to express the joy you must feel for having accomplished this great work. And, of course, there just had to be a beautiful backdrop of snow in which to showcase it! It's feeble to say, but I love it!

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  4. What a beauty. I'm having trouble getting back into my quilting. Early snow hasn't helped.
    You are an inspiration.

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  5. Congratulations, Nancy! It's beautiful. What a treasure!

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  6. Congratulations! It is very special, very beautiful. You have every reason to be proud. I am sure you will get much joy out of it.

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  7. What a stunning piece of art Nancy!

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  8. Yes, you are inspiring, and it is just beautiful. Good job

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  9. Congratulations!! You put so much time into this quilt and it is stunning!! A real heirloom!!

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  10. Congratulations on finishing your beautiful quilt! I love the way you put it outside for the picture with the woods and the snow. So now you should enter it in a competition. Or just keep it at home and admire it every day!

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  11. Absolutely stunning, Nancy. Congratulations on finishing, such an achievement! The image would look so beautiful on cards.

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  12. Lovely. Such a simple word, but it says so much.

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  13. It’s just gorgeous! I’ve enjoyed watching your progress on this amazing quilt. And I love your snowy setting.

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