Tuesday, March 24, 2009

12x12 Fabric technique swap #5: Lorraine Webber, Rhode Island



This 12" x 12" beauty comes from Lorraine Webber in Rhode Island. If you click on the photo you should be able to read on the back of her quilt how Lorraine relied on fabrics from her stash, with inspiration coming from the flowers in her husband's garden. She added hand embroidery and beading, and a lovely quote to the back of her piece: "To own a bit of Garden, to scratch it with a hoe, to plant seeds and watch the renewal of life -- this is the most commonest delight of the race, the most satisfactory thing a man can do. -C.D. Warner"

So lovely, Lorraine! I was also glad to hear from Lorraine in an email that she enjoyed the challenge and notes she is beginning to relax and feel more secure about experimenting -that's wonderful! Thank you for participating, Lorraine.


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