Tuesday, June 26, 2012

More from Castlemaine

Today we start with my three blocks of Yoko Saito's Mystery BOM in Quiltmania.

This is called "Chickadee"  

This is Barbara's Wedding Sampler

Marie"s Baskets , in such a wonderful green.

Rosalie's Jane Austen

and this is Irene Blanck's Aunty Green's quilt.

What a lot of beautiful quilts and there were plenty more that were just as stunning.


Lida said...

You nust have had a fantastic time with all this beautiful creations to admire and your blocks are looking fantastic too! Greetings

antique quilter said...

OMG just beautiful, you know how much I love that Auntie Green quilt, WOW!!!!!
LOVE that green for the baskets very fun....
the birds are adorable and the wedding sampler wow, an heirloom for sure
thanks for sharing...
any close ups of the Auntie Green quilt?

antique quilter said...

oops,love your blocks, and that Jane Austen quilt has been on my list of quilts to make too!
I just was so excited to see the Auntie Green quilt
what an amazing group of ladies , the work is always incredible.
Glad to see you made it home safely!

Karen said...

How wonderful it would be to see those quilts in person.

Françoise said...

How lucky you are all up there to see and make such beauties!

WoolenSails said...

I always love seeing the quilts in your groups and area, so many beautiful pieces and work.


audrey said...

no wonder you remain so inspired! what a gift to be able to see these quilts up close and admire them properly.

Nancy in MT said...

I'm in awe of the work in creating such stunning quilts

Julia said...
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Julia said...

Spelling so bad had to delete last comment...

Wow, beautiful quilts. Want to make Auntie Green's quilt one day. I have the pattern just need the time.
Love the Wedding Sampler too.
Julia ♥

David said...

Wow....wow... wow.... so beautiful. I dream of stitching Auntie Green one day, as well as the gorgeous Jane Austen quilt!!! (BTW.. has Rosalie used Inklingo for it ?).
And last but not least your three blocks of the Yoko Saito BOM... they are beautiful... but this project is not on the dream list as I am also stitching it ;-)
Thank you for the photos... and I have noticed that Carol is down under so there should be articles about Australian quilters in the next issues ;-) Yipee!!!