The Honeycomb quilt is finished! And the pattern is too! I love how this quilt came out; it has a light and airy, modern look. The border is subdued so as not to distract from the honeycombs. If you're a Pinner, I'd appreciate a Pin. Thanks.
Tuesday, July 29, 2014
Look at this wonderful portrait quilt by Melissa at Yummy Goods! Her blog is so much fun to visit!
She is a longarm quilter and a fabric designer for Andover Fabrics. She lives on Cape Cod. And Melissa likes pie. We could be friends. :)
Monday, July 28, 2014
The Honeycomb quilt is finished! I'm putting the finishing touches on the pattern and photos now. Stay tuned! I love how this turned out. The light background gives an airy modern look. There's a little black in there too, just for fun. Big variety of fabrics, both old and new.
Sunday, July 27, 2014
Visit the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston to see the Pilgrim Roy quilt collection. I visited yesterday and the exhibit was wonderful. Today is the last day. Also, if you go to the museum Cafe, I recommend the Honey Cake. It has blueberries, lime sauce, and whipped cream. Yum!
The entire exhibit is pictured in the book: Quilts and Color. The photos are very good.
Thursday, July 24, 2014
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
"After the Wedding" by Debby Schnable, made with raw-edge applique, and embellished with lace, broderie perse, and embroidery. Amazing!
Debbie tells about this quilt on her blog: Debby Quilts. She says they're fun to make (she's made several), and they hold up well with washing too! She calls this "After the Wedding" because it's kind of messy. Ha!
Next, take a look at another double wedding quilt by Debby, "Jewel Tone." This one was featured on the Quilt Inspiration blog. I love the broderie perse in these quilts!
Monday, July 21, 2014
This quilt called "Odd Ball" is in the book: Geared for Guys by Emily Herrick. It was featured on the FreshLemons blog. I think the guys in my family would definitely like this one. Great photo location too!
Emily's book is an ebook, available on Etsy here.
Sunday, July 20, 2014
Take a look at this happy quilt by fiber artist Joanell. I love how the bold fabrics add so much excitement to this quilt. The best fabric is the green with red/pink veins. And the black and white stripes, of course. Nice!