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Friday, March 31, 2006

The Moonlit Peacock Quilt

As I mentioned last week, the peacock quilt is complete with the exception of the finishing. I took it off the frame the other day and just scanned a few sections of it to share here.

Large Peacock Quilt 4

This is the center portion where the peacock is.

Large Peacock Quilt 5

This section is the bottom left.

Large Peacock Quilt 6

And this one is the bottom right.

I didn't scan the top corners. My signature sits at the top left. As soon as I have the time and motivation to transfer photos from the digi to a CD, I'll share a picture of the entire piece.

It's brighter in person than is shows here and very sparkly! If you would like to see larger versions of these photos, just click on the images and they will take you to my Flickr page.


Ribbonwiz said...

Just Beautiful Pam !
A lot of work went into that..

StitchCat said...

Thats really beautiful the blues :)

kay susan said...

Gorgeous as always. Love the way you did the peacock tail and those sheer ribbon flowers.

Gina E. said...

To die for....Hey Pam, have you seen my latest peacock acquisition from the USA, embroidered on a pillowcase? I have about five sets of them now; plus some tablecloths and doilies. All I need now is a patchwork cushion...

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