Tuesday, August 12, 2008

"Columbines in Bloom"#24




I think I'll end the quilt theme with this one made by Donna Barnitz, who was featured already with "My Sister's Truck" on August 10. The small photo is called "Hummingbird Migration" by Jean McLaughlin who lives in Silver City, NM. Hope you enjoyed them; I know that we did!

12 comments:

  1. Fine set of quilts.
    I do enjoy.

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  2. I do like your Hummingbirds too! ;-) A very nice series.

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  3. The quilting on this is astonishing. I have really enjoyed your quilt series.

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  4. I can not get over how talented all of the people are who created these. They all look so great.

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  5. They are enjoyable in your photos, how much more they have to be seen in person!
    Thank you for sharing them!
    Have a good Tuesday, Kate!

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  6. This has been an incredible series, Kate. I've never seen such unusual quilts before. Normally, one sees the more geometric designs. The artistry, the imagination, the work (!) that has gone into these is incredible. Thanks so much for the wonderful photographs.

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  7. My goodness, those are some lovely quilts! I can't imagine the work that must have gone into them.

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  8. I love this one! thank you for sharing, Kate. it is almost like I had two shows in one week. it doesn't get any better than that.

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  9. Truly amazing works of art. Thanks for sharing them. I can't get over the patient skill shown in the quilts.

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  10. This one is really beautiful. A real piece of art. That's amazing.

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  11. Beautiful work! That is one mandatory stop my wife and I make at the State Fair, to look at the quilt exhibit. That and the photography exhibit.

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