Monday, July 18, 2011

Doll Quilts Around the Garden


















30 comments:

  1. Are we connected by ESP or something? I just photographed some little quilts in my garden to have photos to send to a magazine. The lush green background is so great as a backdrop. Your little quilts look fantastic.

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  2. These little quilts are stunning! And you've found a beautiful setting to show them off. You are very talented. I have one of your books but will have to add the others to my quilt book collection. Thanks for the work you do!
    Mary

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  3. Oooooh these are gorgeous!!!! Such beautiful patterns and colors you used! Especially nr. 4 with the light border and nr.6 with the red border... those I like best.
    hugs, Jolanda

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  4. Love your photos, and love your quilts. So pretty!

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  5. ooohhhh, beatiful quilts, and the garden too.
    hugs

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  6. Thank you! Ann - perhaps you will show us some of YOUR small quilts in the garden?? Maybe we can all do a Quilters' Gardens blog tour, LOL. Hmmm . . .

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  7. Just beautiful! Nice garden + lovely quilts = perfect match. :-)

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  8. Your quilts look so sweet in the garden. What an excellent idea to have a garden tour. I need to wait for a brighter day outside.

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  9. Olá, Seus trabalhos são lindos. Parabéns! Você me autoriza mostrar um de seus trabalhos no meu blog? eu te agradeço muito. Abraço.
    Sandra Simião.

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  10. Oh, I love them all!! Thanks for sharing your garden quilt show. :)

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  11. I really like your blog and today was extra special! Love all those little quilts and your garden is so pretty. Thank you.

    Darlis

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  12. You updated your picture. Lovely quilts. You were at one of my guilds last year, Pride of the Prairie.

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  13. Oh, I just love all these little quilts. They look wonderful in the garden.

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  14. Beautiful! I really do need to make some of your patterns into quilts rather than just collecting your books! ;o)

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  15. OHHHHHHHHHHH! How darling. What a perfect setting!

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  16. I think I want to be a doll and come live at your house.....sooooo pretty!

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  17. How cute is this?! Now you need to have the "ladies" over for a "quilting tea"!! Is the trellis in the first pic painted with leaves and flowers? How CUTE is that?!!

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  18. oh what gorgeous eye candy, beautifully displayed, Kathy!! way too hard to pick a fave, i LOVE them ALL!!!

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  19. What a lovely post and you didn't have to say a word, you let your beautiful little quilts tell the story!!!! Seeing them reminds me I really should get some of my littlies quilted!!!! Your garden looks wonderful too!!!!!

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  20. oh Kathy I love seeing your quilts like this
    I Love the one with the applique in the center, which book is that in
    I have to make that as soon as I get home from Boston...isn't it fun for you just to see them all again?
    how do you store your quilts? how often do you rotate the ones you display in your home?
    Kathie

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  21. Just beautiful! Little quilts filled with charm in a garden of delights!

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  22. What a beautiful backdrop for your darling little quilts!

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  23. Your garden and quilts work well together. Very picturesque.

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  24. All so pretty and inspirational. Thank you for the garden tour! I love all the little quilts, as usual, and in an outdoor setting they are even more adorable.

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  25. Oh what a beautifull quilts.
    I am druiling ( hope I wright this good)
    Greetings from Janny S.

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  26. Yes, your pictures have much more depth to them, the colors pop! Come to Oregon in the 50's at night and just got up to 70 today, warmer weather coming soon! I am making full sized and larger quilts from your books, the instructions are great. Take care!
    Donna

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