Saturday, June 25, 2011

Salvaged Selvages in Citrus by Liz Broussard

This diagonal selvage quilt is the creation of Liz Broussard of Houston. It's her 15th selvage quilt! And she says she still has lots of selvages left over, thanks to generous quilting friends. That's the way it goes: the more selvage quilts you  make, the more selvages you have. Go figure. Great job, Liz!

8 comments:

kerrykatiecakeskeb43 said...

Gorgeous! Oh to have a selvage stash big enough for a quilt, let alone one colour coordinated!
hUGS,
kERRY

June Calender said...

What a creative mind she has! That's a fascinating quilt.

Riel Nason said...

Very cool! Cuper colour. And I totally agree about spreading the word to your quilting friends if you like selvage quilting -- I am now piled in selvages and it is great!

Needled Mom said...

Beautiful! I love the colors!

Kim said...

Wow.....I'd love to see a close up of the blocks and the border......terrific looking quilt.

Happy Sewing

Poppyprint said...

They do seem to multiply! I'd like to see this one closer up - the colours are really unique.

JoAnne said...

So, so pretty!

Linda Teddlie Minton said...

Beeee-autiful!