Showing posts with label Sue Spargo. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Sue Spargo. Show all posts

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

More Quilts from the Vermont Quilt Festival


Look at this wonderful quilt by Barb Vedder! She's a quilter and blogger from Ridgewood, New Jersey, and she's a member of my Empire quilt guild in New York City. She made this quilt "Mother's Garden" in memory of her mother, Catherine Bednar Clarkson, for the 20-year anniversary of her passing.
The quote at the top is from The Color Purple by Alice Walker. This is hand quilted.



I love the colors and designs in this quilt. The workmanship is stunning. That's why I kept taking pictures!


Below, see "Magnolia" by Sue Spargo who was born in Zambia and now lives in Ohio. You can see more of her quilts on her blog. I like how she combines fine workmanship with cheerful improvisation.




Take a look at the beautiful quilting too! Nice job.

Saturday, December 3, 2011

Meet Sue Spargo


Sue Spargo is a a talented folk art quilter born in Zambia now living in Ohio. She's busy leading workshops and retreats, writing books, and creating patterns. The flowers below are made from felted wool. Lots of embroidery too. This looks like fun.




Take a look at Sue's newest book: Robin Run the Hedge on Amazon. This looks like lots of fun. Have any of you been in her classes?