Friday, July 22, 2011

Sharon's progress! What a joy to CELEBRATE my mom and sister's art on this blog!


Ahhhhhhhhhhhh......  My sister's update on her star quilt that she just sent to me.  I turned the photo so that it would resemble a church. It is so restive and reminds me how comfortable symmetry can be on the eyes.  A type of meditation as I think of her sewing and wishing I was with her......

The bullent under the photo, "Eek.  I have my first outer point done!  Think I need eleven more. Ha ha ha!"

Go Sharon Go!




12 comments:

Stray Stitches said...

A truly beautiful quilt in the making!!

Have a wonderful weekend, Em!!!

Quilting Yai Yai said...

Very nice. I like the colors. Great job!
Deborah

LynCC said...

Wow!! That's going to be one fabulous quilt. Your sister's doing GOOD STUFF, MAYNARD!

Sonia said...

this is going to be a beautiful quilt! she is doing a great job. :)

quiltzyx said...

Just LOOK at all those brilliant points! What to go Sister Sharon!! :D
Thanks for sharing your family with us Em!

(((((hugs))))

quiltzyx said...

(OOOOPS!!)))***WAY*** to go! LOL

ria vogelzang said...

Great starblock!! The quilt-virus runs in your family!!!!! How great is that!!!!!!!!! :))
Love, Ria.

Tangos Treasures said...

Very pretty!

Vesuviusmama said...

I love that you have people that you know and love to share quilting with. I have a guild here, but my relationship with most of those quilters is sporadic and I don't know most of them very well. I feel like I know many of my blog friends better (like YOU) and have stronger attachments to them. That "eel! I have 11 more" feeling - I am very familiar with it!

susiloci said...

wonderful.......... you have a family of artists......
It's a great job, I really like

Mama Pea said...

Nice! That looks like a lot of work!

Sandra Henderson said...

I've never seen purple coals! what kind of wood is that?!?! Beautiful surroundings! You must have a generator! We use to have an old pump well at church, an outhouse too! Your photo of the well and being remote, reminded me of that. Oh how I miss camping! lucky you! I love the guy smoking the pipe, my husband has tons of them and you don't see people smoking pipes much anymore...