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Sunday, May 23, 2010

Blogger's Quilt Festival - Spring 2010

This is my favorite quilt that I have made so far.  It is my second take at applique.
  I made this quilt because I love landscape, beaches, oceans, water, and sand.  I learned how to applique and also how to place the fabric and choose the fabric to make the quilt look realistic.

Thank You Amy for hosting the Quilt Festival.  I love seeing the beautiful quilts, and the talent people have.
Renee




15 comments:

MARIKA said...

This very beautiful quilt work !

Barb said...

Just beautiful!!

SewCalGal said...

Oh my. Such a fun quilt. Whimsical. Love it.

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

joan said...

Absolutely gorgeous!

Joan said...

Love that - your quiltling is lovely. I have always admired landscape quilts -

janet said...

Nice job! I love how you quilted the water and I also love the border fabric.

Rita E said...

Beautiful!

Robyn said...

This is so WOW Renee... I bet you had a blast doing it!!
I especially love the colours and the quilting!!

Michele said...

Wonderful quilt...it's really an inspiration for me to try applique!

BJ said...

Renee - thanks for the great comments on my Grand Canyon piece.
You have been so productive the last many weeks that you deserve some 'time out' from it all. I can't believe all you have been doing. It has been fun watching your quilting progress along the way. WOW!
Do take care of you, my friend. And thank you, too, for continuing prayers for Zach. They are still determining if they can do surgery or not - his case is more complicated than just the aneurysm, which is serious enough.

Eileen said...

very nice--great colors, wonderful composition and your quilting is so complimentary to it all

Kathy said...

I am admiring the very nice quilting within the center panel. Those long lines look really great in the sky.

Renée's Country Quilts said...

Thank you everyone for the nice words, and for visiting my blog. I appreciate all comments good and bad.
Renee

Heather said...

very nice. I like the way you carried the brown sashing of the applique centre out to the edges.

Amy said...

very nice stitching, Thanks for sharing,Amy