I've continued working on the quote quilt this week. I stole this idea of "She withstood the storm" from a Facebook post. The umbrella fabric is used in the drunkard's path quilt and the dress fabric is used in the yo-yos. I will embroider the words and work more on her hair and the boat.
This design is from the book I recently reviewed on my High Road Reader blog.
I made this bird a while ago, but don't think I have shown it yet. It is more subtle than most of the motifs so hopefully will provide a nice surprise to someone who discovers it.
This is a helping-hand, hand-on-heart, pledge-of-allegiance-hand, and not a talk-to-the-hand, keep-your-distance hand. I like that it looks like it has mehndi on it.
2020: Week 14 of 15 Minutes to Stitch
15 minute days this week -- 7 out of 7
15 minute days this year -- 96 out of 96 days
Success rate = 100%
15 Minutes to Stitch
Love all the additions to the Quote quilt. You got a lot done, those add ons take a good bit of time. Thanks for linking up to the 15 minutes to stitch. Stay well and stitch on!
Your quilt is becoming a diary. Imagine the memories it will evoke in 10 years when you look at the quilt. Love your new additions.
I think this quote quilt is really lovely..what a fabulous project.
amazing work ~ ~ ~ waving from my home to yours Julierose;)))
This quilt is becoming more whimsical and exquisite with each visit. 'She' is very sweet. I would imagine one could look at your quote quilt for a very long time, discovering sweet stitching and the time capsule feeling of the quotes.
I love all the figures you are putting into the quilt! The wind blown lady with the umbrella is very cute!! take care!
I really love this, makes me want to start something similar. (No, not another project!) I love the bird around the Eleanor Roosevelt quote especially.
Lovely project. Well done!
Thanks for leaving me a comment. I see you have been busy and think they a great idea. Stay safe.
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