Tuesday, 2 December 2014

Turquoise



Still using the theme of our daughter's marriage and thanks to my daughter's idea of what to do for this month's theme, I have managed to complete the above.
The wedding commenced at 5.30pm.  We were at the venue from 10am busy with hair-do's, make up etc.  During this time our daughter wore a turquoise blouse (you are going to have to trust me on that as it does not show well in the photo).
Using some of my precious Kaffe Fasset and Bali batik fabrics, I put this little piece together and quilted it with a heart design.  In the photo is our daughter Orah, in the dressing room, wearing the turquoise blouse, having just had her hair done.

8 comments:

  1. Pamela, Orah looks so happy. The precious Kaffe Fasset and batik fabrics do her justice.

    Hilary

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  2. Such a beautiful girl, and so like her mother. You've chosen a great combination of prints and solids to make this piece, Pam.

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  3. Another great memory Pam. She looks so happy. I like the way she's framed in your KF fabric, and very nice quilting.

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  4. The colours work so well together, and concentrate the eye on Orah looking so happy. This is a great series of little quilts, it'll be nice to see them all together once this challenge has finished.

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  5. An amazing record of a most special part of this event. Isn't a picture worth a thousand words! Such a happy fabric!

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  6. What a beautiful girl! I love the way you have placed her photo off-centre, and have her peeking upward. The quilting is the perfect touch.

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  7. Again I endorse all that has been said and also would love to see the series together at the end.

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  8. A lovely photo and quilt to remind her of the big day.

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