Sunday, May 20, 2007

Evening Primrose

Here is another quilt that was auctioned off for our Guild’s Mini Auction last year. An elderly member of Guild made two blocks but needed help for the quilting. I volunteered to quilt this block for her.

When you click onto the photo, on the vertical lines, you will see some crystals scattered throughout.

I have had my fill of 3-D flowers and this will probably be it for this style of quilt. They were fun to do, but the time has come to move on to other things.

Have a great day!

10 comments:

Tanya said...

Cute little quilt! I did some 3-D quilting a few years ago too. Fun but that was it. It's interesting how my tastes change each year. Some years I do paper-piecing. Other years, it's been bargello. This year...WONKY!

Connie said...

Haven't done 3-D yet. Yours is really pretty.

atet said...

Love the little crystals added in to the quilting. I know what you mean about being "over" a technique or a style for at least awhile. I tend to go through spurts where one thing is more appealing than others. Whatever you decide is next -- can't wait to see it!

YankeeQuilter said...

When I go to a guild show I can usually figure out who or what workshop they have had in the past year by the quilts on display! Nice applique! I love bits of shiney things on wallhangings...

Alotta.knittin said...

Your quilts are all so beautiful. I plan to come back and take a more leisurely look soon

Belém said...

The tridimensional flowers are beautiful and I love the idea of putting cristals on the quilting

amandajean said...

I know what you mean about having to move on to different techniques! I dabble in lots of different projects to prevent boredom.

thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting. I agree, scrap quilts are the best! I am now a scrap collector and a fabric collector. (what next?)

Dora said...

Oh! I like these folded flowers! And also the flowers in the previous post! simply beautiful

KCQuilter said...

Very pretty! And the crystals add such nice sparkle.

GemmaG said...

beautiful! I did some 3D flowers, I love them, especially on bags!