Monday, March 26, 2012

Ready for company......

To prepare for my show and tell today with the art quilters I put the 7 finished Crooked Cobblestones on one double design wall.  They are left to right starting with the top row, #1, #5, #3 and the bottom row, #7, #8, #9, and #2.  The cross is #4 and is basted.  I have #6 and #10 ready to layer and baste.
The first red (and white) cacti bloom is fully opened now.  I know it looks just like the last 5 or 6 I have shown, but I have to take a photo of each.

16 comments:

Jackie said...

All the Crooked Cobblestones look fantastic!! I adore how the centers just glow!

HollyM said...

What an accomplishment! They seem to glow, no wonder you teach color and value!

Vivian said...

Such a visual treat for us to see them together. The only thing better would be if we could see them in person.

Susan said...

I love the cobblestones displayed together...they look great!

My blooms are all gone. :(

sally in st. paul said...

it is fun to see all of one's "children" together.
sally in st. paul

Cathi said...

What a huge treat to see all those beautiful cobblestone quilts together. They are stunning!

Needled Mom said...

I feel like I am attending a quilt show!! Beautiful.

Carol E. said...

Beautiful, beautiful.. the quilts are gorgeous. and please DO keep photographing the blossoms. They're gorgeous, too.

Elaine M said...

What a great burst of color for Monday morning. All so gorgeous, hard to pick a favorite.

Anonymous said...

I assume you will be selling some of these Cobblestones at your show ? I am sure they will not be traveling home with you if so. So pretty ... Speaking of pretty, your cacti blossom is right in there too.

J~MT

Sheila said...

This is an awesome series of quilts. I could look at them all day.

Muddling Through said...

Oh, Wanda, seeing them all up there together is almost like seeing stained glass windows into another world. They are so, so very pretty!

MamaT said...

Your quilts AND your flowers are beautiful! We're having hot weather here in NE OK, too. Everything has bloomed early. I dread another summner like last. I really enjoy reading your blog!

Dora, the Quilter said...

Wow! You have to have the absolutely perfect setting for the cactus--to get so many to bloom so long and so often. It's great to see them--especially since my last one died several years ago!

Barbara Strobel Lardon said...

This is going to be a fantastic show.
They look even more spectacular as a group.

Love you redbud in the previous post. We planted on in our yard last year and I am anxiously waiting for it to open. Too cold now.

Tonya Ricucci said...

fabulous. wish I could have seen them in person!