Thursday, June 23, 2011

Hawaiian Zig-Zag by Dorothy LeBoeuf

This light and airy quilt was made by Dorothy LeBoeuf and exhibited at the Quilter's Anonymous quilt show in Monroe, Washington. She made it using Hawaiian shirts that she found at a thrift shop. She certainly picked out the right shirts! The orange and the periwinkle add a nice sparkle. This quilt was featured on Sharon's blog Indigo Threads. Thanks, Sharon.

8 comments:

susiloci said...

Que maravilla de colorido en ese zig zag, está precioso.

Jovita said...

Dorothy also blogs along with a creative bunch of friends at REBELS!.

Stephanie said...

Terrific. Makes me wish I'd saved the Hawaiian Shirts and Muu Muus we acquired while living in Hawaii for 3 years.

Sujata said...

Those girls at Rebels make some pretty 'Nifty' quilts! Thanks for sharing!

Selvage Quilter said...

Thanks, Jovita. I didn't know she was one of the REBELS. I'll take a look. What a creative bunch they are.
Karen

Nifty Quilts said...

Yes, this is a fabulous quilt, mostly made of old shirts. Dorothy is our beloved "Buffy" of the Rebels. She is oh so talented.

Poppyprint said...

That's a really fun way to use the shirts! I like the subdued colours of the quilt!

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