was entered in the Blogger's Quilt Festival. Here's the link: http://amyscreativeside.com/bloggers-quilt-festival/
It's in the "small quilts" category. If you scroll over the quilts you will see the one by "the tiny hummingbird." Vote for whichever one(s) you love. You can vote for three, but hurry, the deadline is today!
I am using Anna Maria Horner, toile, some Tula Pink, even a bit of lightweight
home dec because it says "Paris" and "Parfumerie".
It's not a very "blended" quilt, but I think I like it, just the same. I will have to try another one to see if I can accomplish that look.
I don't know if this will be a wall hanging as shown in the "Blended Quilts" book, or if I will grow it larger to become a lap size or bed size - time will tell.
Horner, that is. She has such a way with colors in her fabrics, so rich and vibrant. I decided to try to make a modern "blended" quilt. Has anyone ever? If so, I would love to see. Here's the beginning of my attempt:
I'm auditioning these fabrics for the corner squares:
or this animal print:
I should be able to find something that's perfect without going shopping, wouldn't you agree?
This is most of my fabric, but not all.
I'm using this as my inspiration. I love the Victorian romance of the quilts in this book.
The book is "Blended Quilts" by Marsha McCloskey and Sharon Evans Yenter.
"16 Quilts Inspired by the 1800s"
We'll see what I end up with :-) Probably a hot mess!
Have a lovely weekend - may you bless and be blessed!
I made this drawstring bag for my grandson, Finn, who turned 1 year old on September 11. He received some cool blocks with no way to corral them so mom asked me to make him a bag. She chose the fabrics from my stash, and, voila! It's lined with the same black/white stripey fabric that the strings are made of. Gotta have stripes :-)
I am going to a Lecture/Trunk Show by Rachel May tomorrow in Providence, RI, hosted by the Rhode Island Modern Quilt Guild - so exciting!
I hope you, also, are doing something fun for the weekend.