Friday, August 05, 2011

Artsy Fartsy Friday~~~Quilt Art

Welcome To Artsy Fartsy Friday and for those who are new to this blog welcome and thank you for following!

So this week it's all about Sleep and I bet you thought that Friday's art would not follow the theme but hooray! I found something that fits in with the theme perfectly....Quilt Art! Now who doesn't love to sleep under a nice comfy quilt?! I have always been fascinated by quilts and the people who make them. Their creations are truly pieces of art and are made with such love!

I found this video of a quilt show but the real star is the lady who is singing the song ( her name is Cathy Miller) and they call her the "Singing Quilter".  She makes me want to quilt and I don't know how! I hope you enjoy this week's art

"Mini Quilt Show presented by Members of the North Hastings Quilt Club for in order to promote their "Festival of Quilts Show"." Quote from description on You Tube

                                                          Double wedding ring quilt



                                                         Have you ever made a quilt?                       


                    Have a Beautiful Weekend!  Blessings, Joanne


  1. I have never made a quilt! I love the teapot one, and the video is very cool, even quilted jackets, and most of the quilts are reversible. My favorite may be the panda one.

  2. I have never made a quilt wouldn't know how to do it but think it's great that some people can do them. My favorite is the time for tea one.

  3. Hello Dear Joanne, I just wanted to thank you so much for visiting my blog and for your lovely comment! I am indeed resting and recovering well - just frustrated at how long it's taking, but I know it's all in the Lord's hands :-). You have a lovely blog, and I shall very much enjoy my visits with you! God bless, and thanks again, Brenda

  4. I love sleeping under a quilt. When the small local WalMart closed they had a $60.00 quilt on sale for $20.00, we bought it. I like the teapot one you have here.
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  5. I have not made a quilt but my aunt has...You show some beautiful quilts here.

  6. I never made a quilt, but it will be an interesting project. Great video.

  7. I've always wanted to learn how to quilt, but I'm not sure I have the patience required, so I covet from afar.

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  9. Wow those are so cool! I made a quilt last year for my boss with a LOT of help from a friend. I didn't think it would be as hard or as much time as it was to make it. It was beautiful and I loved it and so did my boss but man not sure I'd do another one ... lol

  10. Just looking at a quilt warms my heart. They're so sweet and cozy.

    PS Thanks for taking the test. You're smart. I'll post the answers within a few hours.

    Be well, Joanne.

  11. Very nice quilts. I used to have a neighbor who gave quilt lessons. I have too many projects to quilt but I think quilts are so cool.

  12. Awesome! I love to quilt, collect quilts, touch quilts, and visit quilt fabric stores. One of my biggest disappointments was when we went to Branson, MO, and went to one of many quilt stores. "Real Branson Designs"...made in China.

  13. i wish i had the talent to make things like this but i have trouble just threading a needle the right way.

  14. My great grandmother used to make quilts by hand. They were so awesome.

  15. Hi Joanne,
    I must confess, I am an addicted quilter. I have so many quilts, Too many some might say. I don't quilt them myself, I just piece them. Warning, don't start unless you want to become an addict. It has done it to everyone I know. Actually, I am slowing down a little. Love the song! Yes, done is much better than perfect.

  16. Love the quilts. I am actually working on one with pictures of favorite classic books. I want to hang it in my office. Thanks for sharing.

  17. @ Ginny~ I agree.! I have never seen reversable quilts before. that looks hard!

    @ Jo-Anne Rambling~ I like that one too!

    @ Vintage Sunday~ Hi Brenda! Welcome to my blog! Hope you feel 100% very soon!

    @ anthony stemke~ I checked out the link...she's amazing its almost like modern art! Thanks!

    @ Kim @ Stuff could...~ Thank you. There were so many to chose from,but I really liked the song too!

    @ Toyin O.~ I agree! I wish I knew how to make one.

    @ Shannon Lawrence~I wish I knew how. I would love to make a few for my kids.

    @ Lynn~ Thank You so much!

    @ Alexis AKA MOM ~ Now thats a gift straight from the heart!do you have any pictures of it?

    @ I agree!

    @ Barb~ every now and then the library where I live hosts lessons. I think I may have to check them out!

    @ Susan Kane~ AWWWWW Bummer!!!!

    @ Becca~ I am a self taught sewer...which means I do it all wrong! ;o)

    @ Ma~ Wow do you have any of them?

    @ Jann Olson~ I am seriously considering trying it!

    @ Maeve Frazier~ Thats awesome! I hope you take a picture of it and post it when you are done. I would love to see it!


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