Monday, February 14, 2011

Valentine's Day Eye Candy

Here are some fabulous red quilts for you to enjoy on Valentine's Day. Have a great one!

This amazing "Vortex" quilt from 1900 by an unidentified quilter is part of a huge exhibit of red and white quilts starting March 25th arranged by the American Folk Art Museum. I plan to be there, so if they allow photos at the exhibit, I'll show you a bunch.

The quilt above is "Red Lightning" by Nifty Quilts, one of my favorite quilt bloggers.

This quilt is "Symphony in Red" by Mike470 from The Quilt Show.

The quilt above is from Crazy Baby Quilts. A baby quilt?

This colorful quilt is by Leslie J. Riley. It looks like it would be fun to make one of these.


Stephanie said...

Eye catching quilts for sure! Love the cut work one by the unidentified quiltmaker. Wow. The heart glasses remind of of the cutest photo of have of my daughter when she was tiny...wearing white heart shaped sun glasses. Happy Valentine's Day.

Staci said...

Thank you for sharing these today! Each one is so different and unique from all the rest, but full of lovely, vibrant reds. That first one makes me feel a little giddy!

Victoria @ BUMBLE BEANS said...

GREAT REDS!!! are those your heart sunglasses? ;-) wink

Linda said...

Really beautiful!

sallgood said...

All very wonderful! (But the one image is a painting by Matisse,not a baby quilt.) :D
Happy Valentine's Day!

Selvage Quilter said...

I know it's a painting, but I thought it might be one of the new fabrics based on famous paintings. :)

JoAnne said...

Seeing red never looked so beautiful! Thank you. I can't wait to see photos of the Red and White collection in New York! I sure hope they allow photos!

Happy Valentine's Day!

Nifty Quilts said...

What a happy way to celebrate Valentine's Day! Thanks for the great links. Some amazing quilts there! Thank you for including mine.

Béa said...

Thanks for sharing this beautiful selection. Happy Valentine day .

Nedra said...

Who would have guessed someone would make a vortex quilt in the early 1900's. She was way ahead of her time.
Love your choices of Valentine/ red quilts. All are inspirational.

Sujata said...

I missed the show! Well, better late than never , right?
I will go check out the links soon.
Love LeeAnn's blog. She has a way with fabric that's just so inspiring!
Thanks for sharing!