Saturday, June 16, 2007

And...a bit more from Columbus

I liked how this Baltimore Album used such lovely bright colors, and even some batiks. It got a ribbon!
This was a really neat example of fussy cutting. It reminded me of art history class, way back in college. (Yikes! Was it that long ago?) I want to say it seems Persian but I can't rely too heavily of my memory of that class.
You can probably tell that I like tradition with a twist. I loved that this was redwork in black. Also it was really cool that the entire quilt was only two colors.
This one was interesting to me as well because of the two-color scheme. Though it seemed much more subtle in person. I suppose it is true that the camera isn't always kind.
This was created as a celebration for a wedding anniversary. It is such a clever design!

Happy father's day, all you dads out there!

1 comment:

  1. Well, I told you via email, but since the posting is working right now, I'm going to tell you via your blog. My favorite quilt in this group of pictures, is the scrabble one. I just like the way it looks and the novelty of it all. I wonder if I could get a quilt that looks like a clue board?