Moving right along........
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My side of the river is pretty well thawed, how about your's Connie????
This baby quilt is finally completed!
As you all know by now, this is a free Bonnie Hunter / Quiltville design
It is called "Emery's Stars".
I gave Bonnie full credit as is needed when making any of her designs.
I called this one:
"Emery's Stars" pattern and design by Bonnie Hunter.
Bonnie doesn't mind you renaming your quilt, but, PLEASE give her proper
credit if you make one of her designs when labeling your quilt.
It's the right thing to do!
My friend Ann of Attic Threads taught me a new free hand technique called "water."
It was a really cool feeling quilting it without any pantograph or using any rulers.
Not perfect, but, fun none the less!
One more shot for your entertainment.........and mine!
Last week I attended my niece's 17th birthday party, and fun was had by all!
Lil' Bubs thoroughly enjoys annoying his big sister.
I am glad I passed this trait on to him!
The next day I was able to do a little antiquing in Cape Girardeau, Missouri.
This is an older signature quilt I found that I thought was a study in neutrals?
However, on closer inspection, this had to have been another color that faded over time.
I wish that "Louisa Harden" could tell me what color it was in it's glory days?
Any guesses as to what color it could have been by any of you?
I also found these two quilts. (above and below)
My story is, these are siblings quilts....my assumption, brother and sister?
I want to think that a loving grandmother, aunt or mother made these for
a brother and sister, or perhaps 2 sisters?
A very fun design none the less!
I was able to spend the gift certificate Santa left me in my stocking at
The Golden Needle in Cape Girardeau, Missouri.
One of my favorite places on earth! I was able to get a good visit in with my friends there too!
I got ALL of these stash enhancements and a book!
I think I am addicted to neutrals!!!!!!
And of course, my featherweight, Miss Bev has been getting a work out on
my layovers. What a headache travelling has been for ANYONE these last few weeks! The travelling project I have had for almost a year is coming
to a finish soon!
I love hearing from you all and I try to reply to each and every response I receive.
What are you quilting on?
Thanks for all of the encouragement!
Kevin the Quilter