|Fall II, 54" by 38"|
|Point Rock Creek - On my Parent's property|
Its been a busy two weeks getting ready for QSDS at the end of the month but I still managed to finish up the quilting on next in my season's series - this is Fall II. I love these and I can totally see me doing another one - I like how its pretty and its art - I mean what more could you ask for?
Since my birthday is coming up, I asked for. . . . pfd cotton from TestFabrics. I know you're thinking - of course you did!!! So you'll be seeing a bunch of my dyeing results over the next two weeks!
I just happen to finish this up in time for Amy's online Blogger's Quilt Festival - so am linking to that! I've been participating in this fun event since I started blogging and its great fun! Thanks Amy!
This is fourth in Season series - here is its sister quilt. I really do have 6 others that are already designed. I wonder if I'll get through them all!
So What have you been up to creatively?
That creek looks so inviting, cool, and refreshing. Beautiful!!! And I love your art!
Your quilts is gorgeous. I love how the lines all crisscross the circles differently. Lots of movement also.
Beautiful - I love the movement and the detail in your quilt !
I really like this quilt - the colours work so well together, the contrast of straight, angles and curves is great. Good luck in the competition!
Nina-Marie, you have been a bad, bad girl! You did not work on your landscape!! I really like this quilt so I forgive you. I haven't made much progress on mine either.
I grew up in the Adirondacks so I know the peacefulness of the place. You are one lucky woman - that river is beautiful - you should do your landscape of that.
I'm working on a quilt for my new granddaughter that contains circles of beautiful fabric. I was interested when I saw your Fall quilt in this post. Just last night (before I had read your post) I was putting strips of fabric (in the form of an X) on the circles up on my design wall (they looked just like some of yours). I wanted the quilt to represent kisses and hugs with the circles and Xs. I didn't like the Xs on mine, though. I guess the front of the quilt will have to represent hugs and the back kisses! I really like the "lines" on your circles. Great minds think alike!
Nina Marie: I love your entry in the blogger quilt fest. The balance and color in the design are just perfect.
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