2010 Retrospective

It is so much fun to look back over a year and see what has been accomplished!  I’m proud of the quilts I made this year as I continue to refine my personal style.  The houses showing in pictures #3 and #8 are actually both table runners.  If you click on the links you can see the full runners.
After I made this mosaic, I realized I had not included a very important quilt.  I made another version of Traffic Pattern (called Migration) with a black and white background and red birds.  This quilt was so important to me this year because I used it as the backdrop in the booth I had at my guild’s quilt show in July.  It drew many people into my booth.  The only problem is that I have never managed to get a good picture of it.  I meant to try again, but getting it all set up takes time and I just never got to it.  So I’ll include the picture of the quilt in my booth here and add this picture taking task to my To Do List for 2011.
  • Lynn
    Posted at 20:28h, 04 January Reply

    I am glad you brought the tulip quilt to show last night. It is even better in person. Just fabulous.

  • Lisa
    Posted at 21:27h, 01 January Reply

    I am still awestruck by the tulips in the vase … by FAR the most innovative creativity I saw in 2010. And I started earlier in the year thinking that it was going to be traffic pattern … you are both an quilter and an artist!

  • Marg
    Posted at 21:01h, 01 January Reply

    A lovely mosaic of your quilts. It really emphasizes your creativity and you should be very proud of them. I'm looking forward to seeing what you achieve this year.

  • Gretchen
    Posted at 17:31h, 01 January Reply

    I'm one of those who loved seeing Migration at your booth! Thanks for reminding me wit this mosaic.

  • Sara
    Posted at 16:49h, 01 January Reply

    Thanks for the retrospective!
    How do you make the mosaic of your photos? I would like to do that for last year's quilts also.

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