Saturday, January 13, 2007

Week 2 Journal Quilt

I would like to thank everyone for your kind thoughts and prayers for our family. How generous! Below is my week 2 journal quilt. I have been so inspired by everyone who is taking part in the TAST challenge that I decided to do something with some hand embroidery on it. Yep, that's herringbone stitch and just a little bit of buttonhole. Enjoy!

8.5" x 11"


Detail

17 comments:

  1. Beautiful Terri! I love the colors in this. Great composition of shapes. Nicely done. 2 down, 50 to go!

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  2. This is fabulous Terri. I love the colours you used. That blue just sings!

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  3. Very nice, Terri! It is so playful.

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  4. Terri, it's wonderful. Love all the hand stitching.

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  5. Love the colours and shapes on this - the hand stitching makes it perfect :)

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  6. Well done Terri for making some simple shapes look really stunning. The colours look really good together too.

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  7. This is lovely Terri. I like the colours and stitching.
    Nice design too.

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  8. Amazing how we all inspire each other! Great for all involved to share and share alike! thanks!

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  9. Love the handwork on this piece. I always like a combo of machine and hand.

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  10. I like the composition of this and the colors. The combination of both hand and machine stitching adds so much to it.

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  11. This is just beautiful. Great color combination and composition.

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  12. I love this week's quilt - the colors and the combination of straight lines with curves - very nice!

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  13. Love this Terri. The colors are so vibrant here and a great design.

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  14. I don't know how I missed this one Terri, but I just went and had another look at your celetial piece and found this. I love it.

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  15. The colors are great. They're soft and very pleasant to the eye.

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  16. Lovely! fine with the mix of handembroidery and quilt

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