Thursday, October 14, 2010

One of Thelma's All-Time Favorites

When I saw these photos of Thelma's quilt on her blog: Cupcakes 'n' Daisies, I thought about the Tile Block-of-the-Month we just did at Empire Quilters. Thelma's is pieced, so it's a lot neater than my raw-edge applique, but the idea is similar.

She calls it "A Mazing Abundance" because it's inspired by Ashcombe, an Australian hedge maze, and the fabric line "Simple Abundance" by Bonnie and Camille for Moda. She made this quilt in the Carrie Nelson Chicago Class #3 sponsored by the Prairie Star Quilters Guild.


You'll enjoy Thelma's blog. She tells about her thought process as she chooses fabrics for her quilts. You can also view her awesome red and green log cabin quilt at the Online Quilt Museum. (Scroll down the page to see the photos.)

Come back tomorrow for a give-away! And the day after that, a funny crochet post. (Of course crochet can be hilarious!)

4 comments:

Jan said...

What a lovely quilt!

My Sweet Prairie said...

That is just gorgeous! I love thsoe colors! wow. Thank you for posting!!

Stephanie said...

Wonderful colors and I really love her corners.

steeknasteek.web-log.nl said...

I like the quilt very much. Gr. Ans