Turkey Tracks: I’m Hungry for Flowers

Turkey Tracks:  March 7, 2015

I’m Hungry for Flowers

My mind has been imagining the daffodils I planted last fall.

I can’t wait to see them.

Meanwhile, New York blog friend Judith Brill sent me this tantalizing video:  “Dance of the Flowers.”

Each flower is filmed for days and the film is collated for seven minutes to produce the “dance.”

Enjoy!

The Life of flowers (Жизнь цветов) from VOROBYOFF PRODUCTION on Vimeo.

She also sent this cartoon, which amused me to no end.

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Blog Readers’ Quilts and Quilting Information: Judith Brill’s Double Wedding Ring Quilt

Blog Readers’ Quilts and Quilting Information:  September 22, 2013

 

Judith Brill’s Double Wedding Ring Quilt

 

Double Wedding Ring, Judith Brill

Blog reader Judith Brill sent me this picture of the Double Wedding Ring quilt she made for her daughter’s wedding.

Wow!

I love the contemporary nature of this quilt.  Look at the very interesting border.  And look at how she has hand quilted the wedding ring motif down the side–in the white just above the border.

Here’s a close up of the wedding ring block:

Double Wedding Ring 4, Judith Brill

And, more of the hand quilting:

Double Wedding Ring 3, Judith Brill

And, more of the hand quilting in the border:

Double Wedding Ring 2, Judith Brill

Really, this border is quite amazing.  I’ve never seen anything like it on a double wedding ring quilt, and I love it.

I also really like the contemporary use of colors in the wedding rings.  I think Judith said her daughter helped her pick out the colors.

GO JUDITH!

And thanks for reading the blog and for sharing your beautiful quilt!