No doubt I love the Dresden....I have made a couple of Dresden Quilts and now my third Dresden Pillow....
I used Hokkoh tiny blue polka dot for the background and Alexander Henry's tiny check for the center....
And sometimes you fall in love with the back as much as the front....
Molly and I are working on a special gift for a friend....Molly, of course, is supplying the embroidery....
And finally, I finished the second block of the NYB....
And this is about as close as we got to sunshine today!
You have been busy...The buttons on the back of you pillow are perfect! (it's funny how the back can be as nice as the front!) And your NYB block with its black and white spotted centre! Your fabric choices are fabulous! And could that Union Jack be going to the UK? Have a great day! SReplyDelete
I see more home runs, my friend! I tried some points and curves this week and think I might be in love!ReplyDelete
Love the pillows Mary. I love your stitching too. Wish mine was nice and even like that.ReplyDelete
Love the pillow - front and back - those buttons are adorable.ReplyDelete
Your quilt is beautiful. Love the button back. Hugs.ReplyDelete
That is a great Dresden pillow and your New Your Beauty is my only sunshine too Mary!ReplyDelete
What a fabulouse dresden pillow--the back is every bit as charming as the front. And the union jack embroidery--oh my--my mom is British and I'm going to sew some union jack blocks--for my son, who lived in London for 2 years and my mom..Such inspiration!!ReplyDelete
I always love seeing your posts! I would love to be able to take a hand quilting class from you!ReplyDelete
you are so inspiring! Love your pillow!ReplyDelete
You could have used that lovies title for this post too. I love Molly's embroidery and the pillow is really neat. Love those spots!ReplyDelete
i love everything about this...as usual and as amber said i would love to be close enough to take classes from mary.ReplyDelete
Oh I love the pillow and you are right in that the back is equally lovely. Beth :)ReplyDelete