Note: I try to make sure all the photos I upload are clickable so go ahead and see them up close if you wish.
Here are a couple of smaller wall quilts.
This one was so soft and feminine looking.
I really like the colours in this crazy quilt.
The quilter who made this just wanted to use some of the fabrics in her stash and this is the result.
After uploading this photo, I deleted it because I thought I had already posted it in Part 1 which I showed you yesterday but I went back and took a look and this black and white quilt is different from the other. This one has a border too.
This is actually all machine embroidered. Very impressive.
A wee dresden plate. It just goes to show you that you don't really have to spend a whole lot of hours making a quilt. You can just make a smaller version.
Here's the write-up on the mini dresden quilt.
This quilt is a One Block Wonder and there is a book with that name by Maxine Rosenthal that shows you how to make this beautiful quilt. All you really need is multiple repeats of a fabric that has big prints.
I know I keep repeating myself but really...these days there are not many hand quilted quilts. This one was hand quilted and is a wonderful scrap quilt.
Here's a close-up. I don't know if the hand quilting will show up.
I did take another photo of a quilt that had lime green in it but unfortunately it turned out too blurry to post. I like the fact that there are so many different colours of fabric being produced today.
Another really vibrant coloured quilt.
I will leave you with this fun quilt. The maker's daughter is a baker and she had fun collecting fabrics for this.
More quilts tomorrow.