This quilt of Ann's is a beauty! It's big and has about a million little pieces in it - just thinking about all that piecing makes me a little queasy. But Ann is a precision piecer and does wonderful work. I love the border print she used around the edge.
I'm not usually a fan of civil war reproduction fabrics but I love these fabrics - in fact I realized I had bought the same fabrics for a quilt I started three years ago. This is how far I have gotten on it:
Peter and I drove to Manhattan to see quilt appraiser Carol Elmore and have her appraise a quilt for me. It was foggy when we left home in the morning and the sun broke through as we were driving through the Flint Hills. I saw this:
And realized it was HUNDREDS of orb spider webs wet with moisture from the fog and glistening in the sunlight.
It was beautiful, but I wouldn't want to meet the hundreds of spiders that went with them!
From our most recent Prairie Quilt Guild meeting: who is that masked man?
It's Captain Quilt (aka Peter) He's everywhere, he's everywhere!
That quilt is beautiful!ReplyDelete
I like the quilting in the plain squares.ReplyDelete