Tag Archives: hand quilted
My quilt Getting Stronger and Stronger started out as a demonstration quilt so that I could demonstrate hand quilting at the 2015 Atlanta Quilt Festival. Now that I have finally finished it, I really like it. The color combination is … Continue reading
When I went out to get the paper this morning, there was a definite hint of fall in the air. Fall comes late in Atlanta, but it does come. My quilt Almost Fall is hand quilted.
The Baby Princess is part of the 2012 Atlanta Quilt Festival. Visit the exhibit July 29th – August 11 at the South Fulton Arts Center. The Center is located at 4645 Butner Road, College Park, GA. It is open Monday – Saturday from 10 a.m. – … Continue reading
Just to keep the flower theme going, here is another of my appliqué flower quilts. It is called A Bouquet in Red and White. All of my sorors of Delta Sigma Theta should love this quilt.
When I was growing up, my Mom, who was a friendly braggart, would tell people wherever she went, “I have three pretty girls!” Every time my Dad heard her say it, he would say, “And the monkey thinks her babies … Continue reading
I bought Halloween candy today, so the excitement is beginning to build. The neighborhood kids know that I give out the good candy ( no apples or raisins at my house). I don’t give out anything that does not include … Continue reading
I shipped Another Time Another Place to its new home in Canada this week. This quilt was always one of my favorites because I chose the color scheme to coordinate with my home, and I lovingly quilted it by hand. … Continue reading
African Starry Night, 63 x 79 inches, by O.V. Brantley, 2006. I am so honored that the American Embassy in Quito, Ecuador purchased African Starry Night for its “Afrodecendientes” exhibit. I shipped it to its new home yesterday. According to Elisabeth … Continue reading