Wednesday, March 26, 2008

jude- not done yet


a little setback kept me from finishing this easter gift. i am posting where i ended up over the weekend.....and now i am working on free piecing a carrot patch section.

8 comments:

Mary said...

I love these rabbits, they're so cute!

Diane said...

I already left a comment about this quilt on your blog site. Those bunnies have a haunting quality about them and they've bewitched me into commenting again. I'm sure you are familiar with the work of children's book illutrator, Maurice Sendak. Your bunnies, like his wild things. are a curious combination of seriousness and whimsy. I can't stop thinking about them.

Heidi said...

And I adore the crows :-)

Quiltdivajulie said...

Jude ~ your work continues to amaze and inspire me... I do hope your pain is easing (I have a chronic pinched nerve in my neck that wreaks complete havoc when it decides to flare... you have my most genuine understanding). Take care ~

Kristin L said...

I admire the way you piece something for a while, and then move on to quilting and/or embroidery, and then have no problems going back and piecing some more if the work wants it. Talk about no rules! I have a tendency to work much more linear -- piece the top, then do the embroidery, then sandwich and quilt.

Kristin L said...

I admire the way you piece something for a while, and then move on to quilting and/or embroidery, and then have no problems going back and piecing some more if the work wants it. Talk about no rules! I have a tendency to work much more linear -- piece the top, then do the embroidery, then sandwich and quilt.

Nancie said...

I was also reminded of Maurice Sendak's "Where the Wild Things Are"-- yours is a softer kinder dream, perhaps. Your piece just seams to grow organically in spurts of creativity, not straight-laced and logical as mine is. I wish I had your spontaneity!

KnitOneQuiltTooKristin said...

I love the way this is coming out! I hope your pain eases soon.