My progress this Monday for Bothy threads Cut Thru Monday - Fairy Hill. I stitiched the butterfly(I think or its a fairy dress) on the tree and completed all of page one of 9, which ended right below where Tinkerbell is sitting. To get to see the other stitcher's progress for this SAL, you can visit Debbie's blog HERE and on Linda's blog HERE. It would be great if you would like to join us too:)
"A Token of Love" by Barbara Bernard
32ct Belfast white Linen
Below are photos I took at the quilt show to share with you:
Jackie (Jackie's Stitches blog HERE) this is for you----
When I saw this quilt - I got so excited and couldn't believe it. I knew I had seen this on Jackie's blog. Jackie also stitched this gorgeous quilt. Just by chance I recalled seeing on Jackie's blog her quilt see stitched and knew this was the same pattern. So Jackie I thought of you:) OH MY GOODNESS Jackie. Seeing this quilt in person was amazing. My photos don't even come close to doing it justice. If you haven't been to Jackie's blog please do so, on her last post she shows photos of her finished remarkable quilt. You can click HERE.
"Goose Tracks in the Pumpkins" A class that was offered at Queen Bee's Store in Antioch, Calif.
"Athena's Block of the Month" This quilt took 8 years to complete. All hand appliqued and hand embroidered. Button hole stitch was used around each piece.
"Delaney's Peacocks" Laurel made this quilt for her daughter Delaney. She loves Peacocks, chose the fabrics and together - mother & daughter selected the pattern.
"Memories of Sisters Oregon"- So cool how the mountains were pieced. This was a challenge by Delta Quilters 2012. Janet Wilson won. The challenge was that you had to purchase a Fat Quarter Fusion Fabric in the color of stone, then draw one paint chip color block from a bag. the challenge was you might find new colors you hadn't thought of using. You had to use the fat quarter of fabric and 2 of the colors from the drawn color swatch. WOW!
Darling Princess quilt
Hope you enjoyed all the photos and Thank you for your visit.
With Love and my Appreciation - Annette