The idea came from Satu whose blog, Quilttales, I follow and who wrote: "I don't know how it looks there in Canada in May... But the first thing that came to me was the blossom of appletrees."
Go over for a visit and you can check out what she's working on right now. Her work is immaculate.
Now, whether or not this looks like an apple tree in bloom, I don't know but I did want to make a tree with blossoms on it. Here's the fabric from my stash that I cut out all those teeny tiny blossoms.
It's nice to just look around the studio and pick and choose fabrics to cut up. This is a really old piece of fabric that I have had for years that was probably bought for a garment or for a quilt but it is not a tight enough weave to be put in a quilt. It's OK for the back of mini's though - although I didn't use it for this quilt.
Just listening to a little Marco Antonio Solis on Youtube while I waited for these photos to upload. The last pic didn't want to upload properly and after 6 tries, I finally got it to upload in the way it was meant to - landscape, as opposed to the portrait that the other 5 attempts came up as. What I finally did was copy and paste the photo the way I wanted it and uploaded the 'new' image. It worked. I don't know why it wouldn't do that the very first time.
Oh wow... your May quilt is exquisite. Thank you for visiting me :O)ReplyDelete
It's BEE-autiful Mom!!ReplyDelete
I really like that one :-) Very springy and pretty.
I love your pretty, May apple blossom quilt. What a great idea, cutting out the little fabric flowers.
Lovely May quilt. Yes, it does look like apple blossom. A sweet, and cheery quilt.ReplyDelete
oh wow!!! your Quilt is gorgeous!!! wonderful work!!!ReplyDelete
Hei Typy, your appletree is stunning with all those blossoms. It must have been a lot of cutting...ReplyDelete
A darling blossoming tree Dolores! That sure must have taken a while to cut out those tiny flowers!ReplyDelete
Thanks Dolores... yep, they are the cutest kittens ever!!ReplyDelete
Have a great week.