I love this quilt. Carolyn does such beautiful work. I mailed it back to her, as I've done many times before, but this time someone stole the quilt from her mailbox. I couldn't believe it when Carolyn said she hadn't received it. My records showed it delivered--but that's as far as it got. From now on, all quilters with mailboxes will have their quilts delivered requiring a signature. This world makes me really sad sometimes.
This was such a fun quilt to work on. I used lots of gold thread to highlight the gold in the fabrics and then some black so that the gold wouldn't be overwhelming.
I'm including pictures of lots of the blocks. I did lots of little, tiny feathers, linework, and cc's in this one. Hope you have a cup of coffee in hand!
And a couple more of the back. I love how it looks on the back almost more than the top!
Notice the painting in my header?? This one is called "Big Butt" and is by Leslie Ann Webb. Click hereto read about Leslie and see more of her work.
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Dorothy, Dort and more recently, Dory. Yes, three names. I was called Dort when I was little (much better than Dot) and now its morphed into Dory. That's the problem with a name like "Dorothy." What do you do with it?? (For the rest of this thrilling saga, click on "About Me" at the top of the blog.)
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