|A corner of the basement sewing room.|
|Wall-hanging in the sewing room.|
|This was Monica's first quilt. It hangs in the sewing room.|
|Compare that first quilt to this! Quite an advancement!|
|Another wall-hanging for the sewing room.|
|On Monica's bed.|
|Many stars with a sawtooth border - I love it.|
|Simplicity! Quilts don't have to be uber-complex.|
|Many small pieces; I would consider this uber-complex, |
but mostly it's just time-consuming.
|On a large family room wall. Very striking.|
|Gosh, I love this. So simple and scrappy!|
|Hanging in the family room.|
|On a ladder near the entrance.|
|Dining table where we had lunch. |
Love the simplicity of the table runner and placemat.
|Another striking quilt; this is in the entry. |
Monica entered this quilt in the NQA show that was in Columbus in June.
I wrote about it in this post. It's near the end.
|Thrown casually over the couch.|
|Currently under construction. Wool. I've not ventured there, yet. Many quilters are, however.|
There's your tour of Monica's quilty house. She definitely has a flair for the primitive-repro-traditional look, doesn't she? I love them, too.
Happy Quilting, Friends!