Gabe, who lived across the street from us for 20 years, is getting married next month. He is a wonderful man – gentle, strong, straight-as-an-arrow, and we hope he and Tiffany will be happy for years to come!
Front of hanging – about 36″ square. The colors are from their registry…
Back of hanging: “…and the greatest of these is love.”
Front -closer view
Back-arcs. The woven pieces are from El Salvador.
Detail-quilted in arcs with cotton variegated thread
Glad Dan is so tall!
The blue is from India…
The aqua from Viernam….
Elizabeth and Nate were married last summer, and finally the quilt is done! Took longer than expected-always does.
“Dreams Come True Under the Rainbow, Too”
There are foxes all around our neighborhood, but they aren’t so stylishly attired…
I think the recommended names are Felix and Charlotte Fox, but she should be
Hannah said she likes dark solids, so I chose these chambrays and solids in blues and purples, then added some Lotta Landsdotter prints to lighten it all up. The back is french shirting fabric and double gauze. The wonky crosses were echoed in the quilting, which is a giant wonky cross centered then quilted out to the corners.
Wedding Quilt for Stephen and Hannah Linde. Queen sized, machine pieced and quilted. Wonky crosses with interspersed solids. Batting 100%cotton.
Detail of wonky blocks
Back – Border is double fold, 8″ wide strips from fabrics used for the front and back. Took hours to sew down!
Back – narrow stripes are shirting cotton, wide ones are Japanese double gauze
Chambray shot cotton block
it is big -almost 15″ tall, and I reused some old old jeans from when the kids were little-er….
Don’t you love the fabric?
The seam was too fun to waste.