Friday, November 13, 2009

Houston Part V

As long as you don't mind I will just keep these coming every so often.

This Grandmother's Flower Garden quilt was a sight to behold!
The hexagons are less than an inch in size.  As someone who is working on a GFG quilt and knows how long it takes to sew these by hand, I am in awe.

Made by Noriko Kido, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan
She says about this quilt:
"I love quilts of simple patterns. The hexagon is especially interesting for me. This wonderful world is composed of many colorful pieces, which are cut from only one hexagon template."

The quilt is hand pieced and hand quilted.
Houston 2009

Houston 2009

Houston 2009

Houston 2009

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27 comments:

  1. That is beautifully amazing!! I could look at it for hours.

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  2. Generally I do not like that pattern - but the way this person did it is amazingly different.
    Karen
    http://karensquilting.com/blog/

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  3. Sigh... so lovely! I really need to dig out my GFG project again.

    And, please do keep sharing! The quilts you are showing from Houston are stunning and inspiring. I love seeing them.

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  4. Oh my goodness!...all I can think is how long this whole quilt takes - from making the hexagons to this! How amazingly patient she must be!

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  5. WOW! That is beautiful but I can't even imagine how long it must have taken to finish! I wish I had that kind of talent and patience!

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  6. oh my gosh, what a beauty!!!!!

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  7. LOVE this quilt!!! thanks for posting it. Keep the pics coing - these quilts are fabulous.

    Just looked at your Geese flickr group -- the newest finished quilt by Sue is terrific - great to see the completed ones as an incentive. Thanks, Anina!! We appreciate you.

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  8. Oh my gosh, what a labor of love! Very pretty. Thanks for sharing.
    Jan

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  9. I remember ooooing and aahhing over this one. Just stunning and tons of work!

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  10. I can't stop looking at it. What a beauty!

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  11. I want to leave a comment on this but I don't know what to say! I can't believe how tiny those hexagons are, and all that hand work. My hands are tired just imagining it.

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  12. Thanks so much for sharing this! I love the process of hexes...but the traditional designs make me yawn. This makes me re-consider pulling out those paper templates!

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  13. Thanks so much for sharing this! I love the process of hexes...but the traditional designs make me yawn. This makes me re-consider pulling out those paper templates!

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  14. Whoa. Holy. Whoa.

    That is impressive. And I think it's the quilter's equivalent of reading War and Peace.

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  15. This is absolutely stunning! Thanks for sharing.

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  16. Absolutely wonderful! Thank you very much for sharing!

    Best wishes from Russia
    Tatyana

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  17. truly incredible what one woman can do with one shape! too much!

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