Saturday, September 12, 2009


I've been meaning to do this for awhile now and today was the day. I went over to Schoeniach, to see a quilt shop called PatchCom. The owner, Brigit Klein was having a quilt fest. People brought their quilts to display while they were shopping, taking part in activities, watching demos or having coffee and visiting in a beautiful outdoor area. There were a really nice variety of quilts. Nadine Ruggles was there with a ton of her Inchies, she makes it look so easy. Everytime I see her mini works of art, I want to try making some. Brigit's shop is a lovely light filled space. If you haven't made it out there, I would recommend a visit.

I was able to get this quilted and bound in a realatively short time. I had fun making these silly meandering flowers and I love the rich colors of the Kaffee Fassett fabrics.

One more down a million more to go.....


  1. Oh Corinnea! The quilt is absolutely lovely!!!

  2. I love how the flowers really show up on the back of the quilt. You always do an amazing job!

  3. Beautiful! I think, I already told you that :-)

  4. Lovely! Did you ever get that smudge off the back?

  5. My darling daughter, that is beautiful. You did a great job with the flowers, I'm glad to see you doing that. After watching you do that process, I so can appreciate the time and ability it takes. Is the 'cafe' quilt in the next million? No pressure! love you

  6. it's gorgeous Corinnea! I lvoe it. I had better see it displayed in the store on Tuesday!! I'd be very proud of it:)

  7. Thanks everyone! Simple can be better sometimes..... Yes, Ma'am Jennifer, it is hanging in the store as we speak!

  8. YEAH! That looks great! I think you did an awesome job and the one square you were worried about looks great!


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