Monday, January 25, 2016

Strips







Never get tired of sewing strips together..
Top is done and so is the little tiny strippy quilt for the little tiny bed I bought a while ago.

Lucy



14 comments:

Wilma Kuin said...

I Love your pictures,..

Greetings from Holland

Phyllis said...

Another strippy quilt top? Wonderful! Love the mini, adorable. Beautiful picture of the cows, great use of light.

Sandra said...

Great way of using up different fabrics together. Love the little strip quilt on your little bed; so cute. Anxious to see more of your larger size strip quilt.

Evelyne said...

Wat een leuk poppen quiltje! De grote strip quilt vast ook weer mooi , zoals altijd!!

Groetjes,
Evelyne

Wendy Caton Reed said...

Sweet! And I love the cows too.

Mirjam said...

Wat heb je weer prachtige stofjes gebruikt Lucy. Echt heel mooi, die kleuren bij elkaar.
Ga je deze dan met de hand doorquilten?
En dat kleine mini-dekentje is ook zo schattig.
Fijne nieuwe week,
liefs,
Mirjam

mari said...

so pretty Lucy :0) mari

liliane bral said...

Het was al zo'n leuk bedje maar nu met dit mini quiltje erop is het helemaal geweldig!Ik voel al helemaal de lentesfeer met jouw foto's!

Robin said...

Seeing the cows all huddled together in the sunlight made me shiver a little. I can be accused doing the same thing. Lovely little quilt and miniature bed.

Christine said...

It is beautiful and the little one is so sweet. I made a strip pillow because I was so inspired seeing your strip quilt in the works.

Ann said...

Lovely pictures Lucy, Ann

pandchintz said...

Sweet!

Christine Feldstein said...

Lucy, you always inspired me! It's time for me to start a strip quilt! Greetings.

Barbara said...

Greetings dear Lucy! I love your stripy quilts~large and small~both have such a peaceful, yet visually interesting palette. Thank you for your beautiful photographs, quilts and knitting,(I don't knit or crochet, but love to see all your handicrafts!)
I just picked up the February issue of Quiltmania and was wondering in which past issues, (years and months),your quilts have been featured? I would love to collect those past issues so I could have photos on hand of some of your lovely work.

Thank you so much for keeping this blog going. I loved each of your 365 days projects, and am missing it every day. I realize how much of a commitment of your time and energy they must have taken in addition to your work and family~Thank you again.

Best wishes to you and your family,
Barbara in California
P.S. Please say 'hi' to DD3's cute little guinea pigs as well~when you share their pictures with us, it is always a lovely addition to my day.