Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Connecting Threads


A Quilt Within A Quilt, Kutztown Folkfest, PA 


Rocking the Needle, Kutztown Folkfest, PA


Tiny Squares, Kutztown Folkfest, PA




The Quilting Party, Kutztown Folkfest, PA 

Star Wars, Kutztown Folkfest, PA


"You Know, Your Stitches Aren't Even." Kutztown Folkfest, PA


This Border Wins, Kutztown Folkfest, PA 


The Quilt Auction, Kutztown Folkfest, PA


If we bend and plant the seeds and tame the wicked weeds
If we let the sun and rain assist and simplify our needs
If we follow in the barefoot path of one persistent girl
We'll throw a healing quilt across an ever ailing world 

 - Dixie Chicks



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15 comments:

  1. double wow on the stitches. really beautiful quilts and quilting.. love the chicks quote

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  2. Wow - amazing quilts. I love the look of them, but have no patience to make one, I have tried.

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  3. Collect your gear, take the next plane to Germany - and here you are!
    Visiting Rothenburg's medieval town, Kaethe Wohlfahrt's Christmas Village, the wood carver in Oberammergau, Neuschwanstein's and Heidelbergs castles, the Christmas Market at Nuremberg, ...anything else you want to see in the south of Germany???

    ;-)

    Uwe.

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  4. I always like to look at quilts for the colors and patterns. I suspect people who do this find it very therapeutic; you can really see your progress and get a sense of accomplishment.

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  5. These are absolutely stunning. How much do they sell for?

    mollyxxx

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  6. such a beautiful art, it's nice to see so many people have stuck with it over the years!!!!

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  7. Beautiful patterns and amazing craftsmanship! Thank goodness for these ladies who carry on this wonderful American tradition!

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  8. Gorgeous quilts! Fantastic talent!
    http://travelingbugwiththreeboys-kelleyn.blogspot.com/2015/12/cold-corner-view.html

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  9. So pretty and so many colours and patterns. My Grandmother makes quilts and I dabble on occasion.

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  10. Oh my, this soooooo reminds me of my mom and her quilting club! Alas, it is a talent that totally skipped right over me. Thanks for sharing at Song-ography.

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  11. Beautiful quilts and the first and third re my favorites.

    I am starting to feel better now.

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  12. The quilts amazing and your photographs are excellent!

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