Thoughts on the creative process, quilting, fabrics, and living life in the Southern U.S.A.
That's some tiny little triangles.
Oh Sio! I love this. I really like gray, too. Beautiful fabrics. I'm saying all this very wordlessly...
I am enjoying all of your antique quilt photographs and reproductions on your blog! Thanks for sharing. Jenniferhttp://movinghands.wordpress.com
Love this quilt pattern and your civil war blocks...going to be a beautiful quilt. Can't wait to see it finished. Stay warm.
Wow, that tininess is making my head swim!In stitches,Teresa :o)
Don't you just love those older quilts? I do.
Those triangles are so tiny, very pretty.
I love the pics of your antique quilts. I get so lost just looking at the fabrics.We had Donna Ruppert speak at our guild meeting this week. Her trunk show is quilting through the years, from mid 1700 to early 1900's. She had 19 quilts in the presentation. She also sells reproduction (only) fabric...which I bought a few,lol. Yesterday was a class on feathered stars. Wow, I had no Idea it was such a complicated thing doing those little points. Luckily for me I chose the easiest one.
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