2011. május 13., péntek

Bloggers’ Quilt Festival




Amy's Creative Side



A quilt készítésénél az inspirált, hogy olyan technikát alkalmazzak, amelynél fel tudom használni Édesanyám által készített csipkéket. Igy a drezdai tányért választottam. Ugy gondolom, hogy
ezzel a kombinálással méltó módon megőrzöm ezeket a horgolásokat, akárcsak egy korábbi munkámban .

I was inspired making the quilt to use my mother's laces. So I chose the Dresden plate. I think with this combination I will keep my mother's work, as in my
earlier quilt

Thank you Amy for hosting this festival again!

53 megjegyzés:

Quilt+Bitch írta...

What a unique color pallette. It reminds me of those round hard candy which looks like candy cane.

Eileen írta...

dresden plate is such a wonderful design and you've done it so nicely. thanks for sharing and have a great day!

Eileen írta...

just realized the lace work in the middle when i enlarged it--fantastic!!!!!!!!!! so beautiful--your mother's lace is such a sweet and marvelous addition. clever idea to use them that way

twin fibers írta...

very pretty!

Elaine írta...

This is a lovely quilt. Also the blue one you did with the lace. What a great memory quilt.

quiltilicious írta...

I tried to reply to the comment you left on my blog but you are set up as a 'no-reply blogger'! I love your quilt.

Kata írta...

Gyönyörű szép!!!

Vicki W írta...

Your quilt is beautiful and so special!

Angie Padilla írta...

What a wonderful idea! I have some crocheted doilies made by my grandmother and had never thought about using this way. What a lovely way to preserve your mother's work!

stitchinpenny írta...

What a great tribute to your mother. The pieces are beautiful.

Janet írta...

How pretty and what a great showcase for your mother's beautiful tatting!

Kelli írta...

Wow, what an amazing way to use such beautiful lace!

Tina írta...

Hi Lonci,
Your quilt intuitively chooses the very best way to showcase your mother's laces. I have a book on lacemaking: did she do bobbin lace, or needleweaving? Wow! Now you can have them out in the open, on display instead of tucked inside a drawer.
Thanks, too, for commenting on my Blogger's Quilt Festival entry, on my blog Artelicious.
Hugs,
Tina in San Diego
PS: I have been to Hungary: it is fab!

Karen írta...

What a lovely way to use the lace. the dresden plates are lovely. A beautiful quilt!

Marcsi írta...

Az ötlet és a kivitelezés is csodálatos. Gratulálok!

Miki Willa írta...

This is a beautiful way to use and keep your mom's lace.

MARIKA írta...

Fantasztikus nagyon szép ;)Gratulálok olyan megható.

pinsandneedles írta...

What a treasure! Beautiful use of your mother's lace!

Allie írta...

Beautiful - love that you used your mum's lace, what a lovely tribute!

Martine írta...

superbe réalisation ,harmonie des couleurs particulièrement bien réussie ,félicitations
amicalement

JudyInMaine írta...

What a beautiful use of the Dresden plate pattern, looking further on your blog I too have gotten into the "construction" of quilted items, bags, purses and boxes!

baukje írta...

I love your work!

Valentina írta...

Amazing! I really loved how you combined the colours, and dresdens with your mother's lace. It is unique and very beautiful. Thank you so much for visiting me and for sharing such a wonderful quilt with all of us.
So nice to meet you, Lonci!
Valentina in Cyprus,
:)

Sarcastic Quilter írta...

This is a beautiful way to keep your mother's laces. it I so pretty.

Anne at Film and Thread írta...

That is a fantastic idea and the results are just beautiful.

O'Quilts írta...

Just wonderful to keep the family traditions going. I love it.

Vicki írta...

beautiful quilt! I love what you did with the lace.

quilthexle írta...

What a sweet idea to incorporate lace made by your mother. Your quilt is wonderful!

Nickels írta...

What a wonderfull Dresden Plate! And your idea is sooo cute.

Thank you for your comment on my blog!

Heidi írta...

Wonderful Dresden Plates and I too love the idea with the lace in the middle :-)

Hollie írta...

Beautiful!

BaileyGirl5 írta...

Love the dresdan plates and the black is so striking. LOVE IT!

Lily írta...

Thanks so much. You were the first comment ever on my blog! Love your very unique quilt too! Lily (max and whiskers quilt)

Esther írta...

Beautiful and great idea!

Manda írta...

This is beautiful! Fantastic dresdens!

Lyn írta...

Hello Lonci, unusual design with the Dresden plates and a keepsake of your mother's lace...Warm Regards, Lyn

Cheri írta...

Hi Lonci,
Wonderful quilt and beautiful way to use and display the crocheted doilies.

Lynn írta...

Beautiful! I love mixing old and new.

CHRIS írta...

I also love to use the old with new. Your laces look beautiful and thank you for taking a look at my quilt. Chris.

Julie Fukuda írta...

How pretty and what a great use for lace. Isn't this festival a great waay to see work from all over the world!

Margo írta...

what a lovely way to use special lace!! Beautifully done. The black background really brings it all to life.

Cindy írta...

What a lovely quilt and beautiful story! Thank you for stopping by my blog as well. Have a great day!

Plain Ol' Vanilla írta...

Lonci,

I loved what you have done. I enjoy using vintage linens and your beautiful quilt has inspired me. Wonderful, creative work!

Joyce

grendelskin írta...

Beautiful work!

andi írta...

Már az előzőnél is csak ámultam-bámultam,de ez mindent visz!

Jenny írta...

Those are some amazining dresdens! How special!

Wendi írta...

Oh so beautiful, with amazing laces. What a wonderful combination, your quilt with your mom's laces.

Rachel írta...

Wonderful quilt!! What a lovely tribute to your mother and her lace. Thanks for sharing this with us.

Cheers!
Rachel
http://www.dewberrylane.com

Katherine írta...

Amazing! What a beautiful idea to combine your mother's lace with the dresden plate blocks. Very gorgeous, Lonci!

Kriza írta...

gyönyörű a takaród és milyen ügyesen használtad a csipkéket! gratulálok!
Kriza

Elizabeth írta...

Simply beautiful! I love the colors you've used. Nicely done.

xo -E

Csilla írta...

Nagyon tetszik szép, remélem emeltem a számot?
Majd ma beugrom
Pusszancs csi

Myra írta...

wonderful! 8-)