Tiger quilt made for friend. King size, log cabins are 6″. Sorry about the blurry pic, but hopefully I’ll be able to get a better one when I can find someone to hold it up for me…(maybe two or three someones)
Thanks for your help on lining up the tiger Suz.
It’s wonderful Verona! The large embroideries look excellent as a quilt center! And a King size – so much work on that bed 🙂
I have so
enjoyed doing these squares and loved each and every one of them … thank you
ever so much.
putting this all together last night and though it isn’t perfect (arthritic
hands etc. ) its my project and I love it.
you doing this for us.
I’m not very good at doing pics and hope they come out so you can see what I did.
Hi Rosemary – They look beautiful! What a great idea. I like the gold fabric with them and that is a really pretty quilt hanger!
for your kind words, I just so enjoyed doing these squares and couldn’t wait
for the next one to appear, you probably didn’t see it but in each square I
used a metallic thread and it looks great.
almost wallpaper my home with wallhangings!!! Each one having their own
Just thought I would email you a couple of pics of my quilt, using your wonderful designs. I am a friend of Vicki Purnell, she only lives a good stones throw from me. I have made several of her wonderful quilts, using your designs. The fabric is mostly batik, unfortunately I cannot remember the particular name of it. Something like Lemon………..? It has been waiting to be quilted for quite a while and I finally got around to doing it a couple of weeks ago.
Bye for now, & thank you for being so generous with your designs.
Well I did complete the wall hanging of Graceful Vase. Have to say that I really should have repeated the top six silk blocks too as they are very slightly narrower than the others which I completed on cotton. Was very determined and from a distance it doesn’t look too bad, especially if the ‘looker’ is not an embroiderer or quilter.
Thanks for the help
Colleen – I like the long rod – it balances the wall hanging really nicely. Suz
I’ve attached two jpgs of a quilt I made last year for our local quilt show. It contains a Geisha panel and six Geisha heads from your sets, and on the back is a set of larger Samurai warriors. It won second place in the wall hanging category! It hangs with a bamboo rod.
Jan has been a customer and friend for a long time. I was so happy to hear from her on my Yahoo Group! She writes:
I am still using many of your picture designs – love doing them. This past 9 months has been a tough time for Marty and I. He had 4 major cancer surgeries removing a kidney, tumor, bladder and prostate. But after going through all this he is back in his pulpit preaching, helping with our golden retriever kennel and mowing 2 acres of lawn. God has certainly blessed us and answered prayers.
Here are some pictures – mostly the older ones. People who come to my studio just love them.
I think my favorite picture is to see Jan in her studio among her projects! Suz
From Cindy: “I thought you might like to see “shades of tangled animals.”I was thinking of entering it in a quilt contest. I don’t know which one, but I would give credit to BFC for the embroidery art.
Would that be OK? ”
It certainly would be OK Cindy! I love this quilt. The animals really show up so well with the colors chosen.
Good luck in the contest Cindy! Let us know 🙂
Cindy’s other project is one Of Ching Chous pictures. A beautiful addition to the room. The border sashing goes so well with the embroidery.