Thursday, February 11, 2010

snow stitching



It snowed all day yesterday. I worked on a few nine-patch squares and the hearts from the illusion of love piece.


This is what my erosion bundle looked like after the weekend snow but before yesterday's snow.

11 comments:

Eva said...

This heart thing is so clever!

Bea said...

Such soft colors for those nine patches. They certainly capture the colors outside my windows. :)Bea

Zlaty said...

Pretty stitchings Deborah! We got the same storm and I was stitching also!

Happy sewing!

tangled stitch said...

What a beautiful way to spend a snow day and thanks for the snowy scene. We have less then an inch up here in my little corner of upstate NY.

Dotti said...

Love watching you stitch! My brother lives inside the beltway and got another foot on top of the 2' he already had.

Mrs Moen said...

The nine patches looks so fluffy and light, just like snow.
It's a strange weather- cold, cold, cold, warm and melting, snow, more snow and cold again. I love winter, but enough already; I'm ready for spring.

Sandra said...

This heart with the print in it is so beautiful, and the text matches the heart as well.

dosfishes said...

More beautiful hearts and hand stitching. The subtle colors of the 9- patch remind me of the snowy winter. Can't wait to see all these bundles uncovered in April.

Thanks for your comments too!

layers said...

The snow is beautiful but hard to get around in-- quilting is perfect for staying in from the snow.. love the hearts

Sandra said...

The heart piece is beautiful and the nine patch colors are a delight to my eyes.
I made Dave a quilt and used some of those same soft browns, creams along with yellows and some other soft colors. So restful, calming and peaceful, just like your piece.

The Other Barb said...

just happened upon your blog , through PinelandsPatches & Beadscapes. I enjoyed looking at your work. What caught my eye though was the quote you have on the side abt choices by Judith Knowlton. Loved that quote & will write it down to remember it. thanks!