Thursday, May 8, 2014

Embroidery Bee Quilty Adventures

Sir Owen the Innova and me are hard at work on the Queenie Mother’s Embroidery Bee Quilt.
I selected this lovely fabric for the backing, a soft mottled light green print that Queenie loves.
We started off with flowing…
S-curve feathers…
Undulating through the boarder..
With wee wreaths kissing in the center.
As I’ve been known to do, Queenie created a little story to help the quilty creativity flow…
Imagining the flower embroidery squares,
As collector china plates and the quilt their china cabinet.
Each plate is decorated…
With strings of pearls,
And individual…
Feather motifs,
All their own.
Hopefully, each embroidery square is its own featured treasure.
Admittedly, these carnations are Queenie’s favorite…
So far!
We’re not even have way through the blocks,
I’m sure to have many more favorites in store.
As always, there’s a Delicious close by, ever vigilant in her napping.
Minnie’s napping poses always make Queenie smile.

Until next time,
Have a great day!
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Connie said...

What a beautiful quilt and your quilting is awesome and really changes the look! Great work!

Sue Daurio said...

Oh my, that is amazing. You have turned that into an heirloom. Are you going to enter it in a show? Amazing.

Jennifer said...

The story that goes with that is so lovely! I do lovely the floral squares like china plates, very beautiful!

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