Saturday, May 5, 2012

Wool Fever

My Fit to Frame by Lori Smith came back from the frame shop and I am very pleased with it.  Last year I bought this book by Gretchen Gibbons....
and just signed up for a BOM at TOWQS starting in August.

I also bought A Primitive Garden by Lisa Bongean, but plan only to make one block as a small wall hanging.    I have definitely caught wool fever!

14 comments:

Darlene said...

It's beautiful in the frame, Cheryl.

Yes, I do believe you've caught wool fever and sadly I've heard there's no cure. :-) So....have fun!

Gayle said...

YUM! That looks so perfect in the frame - your stitches are beautiful!

Quilt Hollow said...

Oh man...loving the wool framed piece! I couldn't see the Bom...bummer

Karen said...

The frame complements the wool piece very well. Love it!

Maureen said...

Love these wool projects! I bought a kit for a little pin cushion, but other than that I haven't allowed myself to purchase the lovely wools. I'm so afraid I won't be able to stop! I'll have fun admiring your projects!

Jo said...

The frame is perfect for your yummy wool blocks. Beautiful!

regan said...

What a beautiful piece you made! Love it!

Elyte said...

The framed quilt looks wonderful. I agree, wool is a lovely medium to work with.

Aunt 'Reen said...

Your little wool sampler looks gorgeous all framed up! That BOM looks wonderful - looking forward to following your progress on that each month.

Sue said...

What a piece of art ! So lovely framed !

Lee Prairie Designs said...

Lovely treasure!!!!

:) Carolyn

Merilyn said...

What a magnificent piece of work Cheryl!!! It looks just wonderful framed up - I can imagine that wool applique could be very addictive - look forward to seeing more of your work!!!

Cheryl said...

What a beauty....so pretty in the frame too!! Great work.

Cathy said...

I love how your Lori Smith quilt turned out. I also have that pattern but haven's started it. Hugs