Friday, September 14, 2012

Pepperberries

remember this variation of a sawtooth star block quilt that i started in my thursday quilt class awhile ago.....finally got some appliqued leaves and berries added, calling it Pepperberries.......

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9 comments:

Janet O. said...

I really like that setting!

Sherryl said...

Gorgeous. You have such a wonderful way with fabric and color and style. Thanks for sharing.

Anonymous said...

As I am working on the last block for the alphabet quilt , I looked back at the photo of the whole quilt and thought , "the bird, I didn't get the bird". So, is this a "I get to add on," or is the bird coming?
I have to tell you this is a labour intensive quilt for me as I have pieced it by hand and have had to rip out and re do X and Q. I have also done it in acid greens, purples and turqoises with a bit of coral/copper. It has been a great help as I am my husbamd's care giver and he is more alert and focused if I am there chatting every once in a while. Thanks for your great projects. I usually do them as this is the year I have a need to prove something can come of nothing and stitch by stitch things get finished. This year finished seems very important.Thanks again. Ethel Snow

Christine said...

Is this a new pattern coming????
christine

GARIGO said...

Bonne idée les appliqués aux extrémités!!!

Karen said...

I like how the corners on the star blocks lead your eyes throughout the quilt. Good design.

Cathy said...

I love your quilt and the name. It is so beautiful. Hugs.

Shakerwood said...

Love it!!

Farmhouse Blessings said...

How pretty! And I love the name. A lovely name just adds a new dimension to a quilt, doesn't it?