Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Quiet Time for the Blogger's Quilt Festival

Once again this year, it's the Blogger's Quilt Festival.  Amy works so hard to give us a venue to show our quits....so be sure to hop over, view the entries, or add your own.  Here's the link...to Amyscreativeside.

I am sharing a second entry.  If you are a regular reader, you know it has to be a watercolor quilt  :).

  This is called Quiet Time.  Little did I know when I completed it in March that it would give me so much comfort for healing during the summer months.  It reminds me to seek the quiet, to reflect, and take time to heal.
My original post shows this wall hanging  in different lighting conditions.


Entered in the Art Quilt category, the size is 23'' by 30''.

15 comments:

  1. Love that quilt. Glad to hear you are getting better.
    Hugs

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  2. Quiet time is a perfect name for this lovely quilt. I'm so glad you had it to remind you of important things. ~Jeanne

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  3. It really glows--and that is so nice that it was finished and available to comfort you during your trials.

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  4. I really love the quilt. I finished my first colorwash (on my blog) and want to make another. I want it bigger, but it is hard to find so many different florals for a big one. It is just a gorgeous quilt. I could just stare at it.

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  5. So beautiful, and so you! So glad you had the opportunity to see it completed before your health issues took such a turn.

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  6. Beautiful purples in this quilt & glad it was ready to enter in the show. You are the queen of colorwash quilts.

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  7. It is gorgeous and so soothing to look at. I apparently missed the post where you showed the finish originally. I am very happy to get to see it now.

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  8. Such a peaceful lovely quilt. Perfect to help get you through hard times.

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  9. Beautiful quilt Debbie, I always love your watercolor quilts!

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  10. It is such a treat to see your watercolour quilts, I am happy that you have found comfort in wrapping yourself up in this treasure.

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  11. Beautiful colours, and how they blend in the watercolour.

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  12. This is just lovely!! It reminds me of paintings by Monet. Good luck!

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