A few more class pictures to share with you while I am busy working on wedding related things....
more on this fabulous calligrapher later....
Here is Julie's quilt! Again a first quilt for her....I am telling you, these folks amaze me!
and Julie's mom, Kay, chose a dark background! LOVE IT! And I enjoy having mother/daughter teams :)
so well done!
Pretty stitching - bee-autiful!ReplyDelete
First quilt a feather one!? Magnificent but where do you go next? Anywhere I guess!
Wowee lovely Monday makes Mary!!ReplyDelete
Love all your wedding stuff!!!
Those are stunning quilts! They must have a fabulous teacher!!!!ReplyDelete
Those feather quilts are fabulous! It's great seeing both backgrounds. The wedding stationary is so pretty.ReplyDelete
It took me some time to take my eyes off the first photo- the ribbon, the calligraphy, the bee and honeycomb embroidery on the linen!!! Those invitations are stunning! No wonder you are so busy with the wedding preparations! It's going to be such a wonderful occasion!!ReplyDelete
A feather quilt as a first quilt, awe inspiring. They are both beautiful. Love the light feathers on the dark background , they glow.ReplyDelete
Your fist photo, the ribbon placed on the envelope and the background linen and embroidery, perfect.
Argh first not fist. I need to proof read a little betterReplyDelete
Umm that honey comb embroidery is darling. Did you make it? Where can I find a pattern for that?ReplyDelete
gorgeous!!! and loving the bee embroidery in the first photoReplyDelete
Those feather quilts are fabulous.ReplyDelete
Lovely feather quilts...JulieroseReplyDelete
Julie and Kay nailed their quilts, fabulous. Mmm, loving the bee embroidery a lot.ReplyDelete
Its hard to believe that beautiful quilt is a first for Julie! lovely writing on the envelope :)ReplyDelete
Such beautiful calligraphy......just lovely. :)ReplyDelete
I can't quite believe Julie's quilt is her first-it's gorgeous. Imagine how great her second will be!ReplyDelete
I really REALLY want to make one of these feather quilts.ReplyDelete