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Monday, May 10, 2010

Three Complete And Ready To Be Delivered

These three quilts are now bound, sleeved, and labeled, and ready to be off on an adventure.

Blue Roses
30"x36"


The Four Elements
24"x33.5"

Fireflies and Roses
23"x34"

A friend has arranged for the guild that I belong to (The Material Girls Quilt Guild of Leominster, Ma) to have quilts hanging at Emerson Hospital in Concord, Ma. this summer. These three quilts will be handed off to her for this event. This guild has a lot of talent, so if you are in the area this summer, it will be worth stopping by to see them. I will publish the details here when I have them.

4 comments:

Lisa said...

Love the title of your blog! If I had any quilts, my buns would surely eat them.

Your rabbits are Gorgeous, as are your quilts!!!

Mary Grace McNamara said...

I'm hoping not to spend any time at Emerson this summer, but if I find myself there, I'll be sure to look for your quilts. The firefly one turned out super cool! I love it! I love all of them! I am sure they will bring a little happiness to everyone who sees them. You're a good egg, Karen!

MGM

Michelle May said...

Love them both! Congrat's on a great finish!

Rabbits' Guy said...

RE: Stamp carving. We do quite a bit of it - different people who are really novices. We use the same carving set ... we call them gouges. We do not have the crumbling .. maybe the soft stuff we carve is a bit thicker .. can't remember what it is called .. get it at the art store where the carving tool kits are.

Our group puts out many letter-boxes in the summer and we carve the stamps to go in them .. some very nice work.

Anybody get to Skagit County, Washington in the summer (after June 19) go to Atlasquest.com and center on our county and look for the Skagit Watershed Letterbox Trail boxes!!!