More to see!*For part one, click here. *For part two, click here. *For part three, click here. *For part four, click here. *For part five, click here.
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This is a gorgeous quilt created by Patricia Pressler, called ‘Daisy’s Joy’. I had a photo of the complete quilt, but my photo editing program ate it (as it has several other photos from the quilt show). Nevertheless, I do have wonderful detail photos for you to see.
The detail in the machine embroidery and quilting is fabulous!
Fun rick rack trim is included in the borders!
Prairie points and piping too!
One last look at an embroidered floral motif and the machine quilting.
Most of you can recognize ‘Rosie’, an American icon! Again, I had a photo of the entire quilt, but, alas, it is lost. I do know that this quilt was designed and made by Marlene Oddie. (Check out the link; you’ll see the quilt and read about the making of it.) The center poster, shown here, is available at Spoonflower.
What makes the next quilt so interesting?
It is the dimension, embroidery, quilting and the cut out sections in the center.
Another colorful, scrappy string-pieced beauty! And who doesn’t like the cute little volkswagon!
Last, but not least, a sweet quilt that makes me want to head for the beach!
What’s your style? Do you have a favorite technique? Are you getting lots of ideas for your next project?