Monday, September 14, 2009

More Quilt Sharing

There was a great Quilts On the Wall meeting this past weekend with just incredible quilts turned in for their most recent challenge, Archeology. It will be a great exhibit, and I believe the first place it will be seen is at Road to California in January. You can tell the theme rung true to so many members of this group. Personally, I have been continuing on my ebb n'flow quilts... yes, it is now quilts and I'm having a great time with the color and texture that each piece presents.

Also, this weekend, Theodora Rilchoff, up in Canada shared some of the quilts she's been working on since she purchased my book. The three pieces here are wonderful, and Theodora agreed that I could share them with you all. Two of these were inspired
directly from designs in the book, but I think you'll agree that Theodora has put her personal mark on them. The last piece uses Fast-Piece Applique to help bring Picasso to fabric.

Hope you enjoy them as much as I do.
~Rose


look for Theodora's "A Walk in the Moonlight"
piece up for auction next year to benefit
The Quilt Project.

4 comments:

kimquiltz said...

They are all so beautiful! I especially like the butterfly...no the Picasso...no the TREE! Definitely the tree!

Rose Hughes said...

I had the same problem. All of Theodora's pieces are just wonderful. I am so glad she shared them, and I hope Moonlight Walk brings in loads of money when it is auctioned for Breast Cancer in '10.

theodoraR. said...

thank you so much for your kind words and encouragement.

Rose Hughes said...

I know this feeling, Kim! Though I love to see how others use FPA to create things that they have be wanting to do and now have a way.