Friday, November 18, 2011

Sharing the Beauty

I got this unexpected email today from Jackie who was in the Gwen Marston workshop with me back in May.
Jackie wrote the following:

I thought you would enjoy seeing my final product. It is a combination
of blocks I made from Gwen's class, plus from a class I took recently
from Karla Alexander. I decided to do the 'Karla' quilt in the same
fabrics, and as I was creating it I realized it was a natural to meld
the two class blocks into one quilt. Although the colors from the photo
taken on my iPhone are a little muddy (and the pale yellow walls of my
quilt room look more like a bright yellow border), I think you get the

 Karla Alexander is the the author of the Stack the Deck series of books

I definitely get it. This is fabulous.

Jackie, thanks for allowing me to share this on my blog.


Unknown said...

Fabulous quilt! Both teachers are wonderful and unique quilters. Just saw Karla Alexander at Quilt Market. She is fantastic!

Anonymous said...

Love it!

Lori said...

Nice and so fun!

Janet O. said...

This looks like it should be hanging on the wall of some modern art museum. I am a very traditional quilter, but something about this really grabs me. So well done!

Browndirtcottage said...

Great Quilt!! I really like the tiny squares she used around the outside border!!

antique quilter said...

OH this is wonderful, I just love it!!!!

liz said...

What a great use of fabric. It grabs me too. Well done Jackie.

Barb said...

Cool - great tan color to set off the pops of color!