Wednesday, January 26, 2011

In the House of a Quilter

I'm in the final throes of the assembly of my Dear Jane quilt top.
It's huge, so I'm doing the ironing downstairs on the big ironing board with the "real" iron as opposed to the mini iron in the sewing room.

At one point I left the room and when I returned I was struck by this.
Seriously. No staging.
Poetic, isn't it?

How many quilty projects do you spy?

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23 comments:

  1. I think I see 4 quilts a table runner and two pillows.. but I could be wrong. I am awestruck by Jane.. fantastic!

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  2. I count 5 quits in the room. Very cool. I really like your grandmother flower garden. It is so bright. I love it.

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  3. Hehe, Mommarock noticed the same thing as me. I was counting the table runner as a quilt, so we both have the same total. :)

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  4. At least 5, but probably at least one of those pillows is quilty.

    This is kinda what our dining room table looks like right now.

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  5. two pillows, table runner, and 4 quilts?
    So colorful!! I am thinking of the grandmothers flower garden - haven't made one in years - which method are you using?
    Karen
    http://karensquilting.com/blog/

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  6. 4 quilts, three pillows and a runner? What a beautiful picture!!!

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  7. I think eight. 3 pillows, 1 table runner,4 quilts. Do tell us though. They are all beautiful.

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  8. OK. So now I see how you can keep your sewing area so clean and well organized- you have moved everything to the living room and dining room.

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  9. I'm thinking six but there is probably more. What a great pic, don't you love when you happen upon a poetic scene like that?!! You Dear Jane is fabulous. I am still trying to finish mine, modified, not the whole thing, needs makeshift borders. Love your hexie too. BUSY GIRL!!!

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  10. your quilts are amazingly gorgeous ... thanks for letting me drool awhile :-P

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  11. What a gorgeous sight. Your Dear Jane looks amazing as do your hexagons. Love the colours and contrast. I need to work with white more often.

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  12. Oh those quilts are amazing! I love the Dear Jane in those soft colors so much better than the original!

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  13. You have such beautiful quilts Anina - some in process, some finished - still BEAUTIFUL!

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  14. 4 quilts, 2 pillows and a table runner. And each and every one of them is stunning! Can't wait to see this one finished, the blocks look exquisite - are they all different?

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  15. Wow, your Dear Jane quilt looks amazing! I am in awe! What a great feeling to be that far along.

    I see quilts, pillows and a table runner - beautiful scene!

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  16. Dear Jane is gorgeous! And of course I love this shot!

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  17. I think I count a total of 7? Love, love, love the hexie flower top!!

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  18. Oh, the Dear Jane. Absolutely gorgeous! Beautiful photo...should be in Where Women Create, seriously! Love the hexie quilt, too...adorable. xoxo

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  19. Anina: I'm curious, how many is there. Can you tell us now. lol I just can't quit looking them. They are all so beautiful.

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  20. LOL! That is so cool and I'm in awe of how neat and tidy everything looks. :)

    Looking at all those different projects, it is really evident what your "style" has been in recent years. I just love your palette!

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  21. Great photo op and such Beautiful projects! I like the bright GMG quilt and your Dear Jane, what progress.

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