quilt gallery

tree quilt An unquilted top with Double Wedding Ring design centre.  I forgot to take a picture of the heavily quilted finished quilt, given to a nephew for his wedding.

 The laptop table made by Jock is standing on a folded patchwork design of ribbons made by me, which is on the dining table made by Jock with the chairs made by Jock with tapestries embroidered by Jock.  I’m worn out just writing that!

 One of my very first quilts, made from a sample pack of Liberty lawns.  It’s very faded now.

 a wonky rose made to swap with another quilter.

Square Dance was sold to a family from East Germany who saw it at a local exhibition

another piece made for a swap

24 Responses to quilt gallery

  1. Debbierose says:

    Hi Viv, your quilts are amazing. Found your blog via Kate @ talltalesfromchiconia, looking forward to reading uour works


  2. Your quilts are beautiful, Viv! I started quilting again after 30 years and my efforts feel very clumsy. But i am still enjoying it. Love your blog!

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  3. Kay says:

    An impressive array of work!

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  4. Lindy Lee says:

    Requires patience & good eyesight or glasses; you surely do gorgeous quilting…


  5. Alice Keys says:

    I’m glad you told me you had your quilt pictures here. I never noticed the tab. I was always looking for writing. What lovely quilts you make.


  6. Georgia says:

    Absolutely gorgeous Viv!


  7. tigerbrite says:

    Your work is beautiful. I visited from Haiku Heights to your muse haiku and saw the quilt gallery on your banner and thought it said guilt gallery 🙂 …… what does that say about my curiosity ?


  8. Love the originality of your designs and color blends. You are exceptionally talented.


  9. pixilated2 says:

    Returning the courtesy of your visit to me. All I can say is, “WOW!” I could learn much from you. Your workmanship is impeccable and very beautiful!
    Thank you for visiting me this morning,


  10. Marian says:

    beautiful!! yay! love your traditional designs combined with non-traditional fabrics, that’s the way to do it. oh i’d like to share my quilts with you… no photos. hmmmm.


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