Blogger’s Quilt Festival – Fall 2013 – Quilt Photographer – Bartering for Flowers

Me again! The second quilt I’m entering into the fabulous online quilt show extravaganza from Amy’s Creative Side is Bartering for Flowers. I’m entering it into the Quilt Photographer category, because while the quilt is not representative of my style, I adore the photo of it. As soon as I had captured it with the setting sun, it felt like flowers cascading over the ancient roots of this fig tree. It’s one of my absolute favourite quilt photos! This quilt is a Disappearing Nine Patch, and is wonderfully appreciated by my mother-in-law. 

Some quick quilt facts:

Title: Bartering for Flowers
Size: 90″ x 104″
Quilt Design: Disappearing Nine Patch
Patch size: 5″
Quilting: Aurifil 2835 Sage Green,
by Jane Davidson (Quilt Jane) of Want it, Need it, Quilt!
Binding: Machine stitched front and back
Backing: Extra wide backing fabric, with DNP racing stripe
Label: To be added at a later date
Favourite Part: That it will make my MIL happy.
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11 Responses

  1. Anne says:

    I've actually been noticing that your photos seem to be improving since I first started following you. 🙂 I like it! This is a gorgeous composition, and a great representation of your photographic work. 😀

  2. Esther F. says:

    Very fairytale-like! Good look in the Festival,
    Esther
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  3. Jessamie says:

    This flows beautifully! I love the way it all blends into each other so that you almost have a growing quilt reaching for the sun to blossom!

  4. sonia says:

    Love the colours. Beautiful quilt! Off to browse your blog, looks interesting!

  5. Cheryl says:

    Love the quilt and the photography!

  6. Really great picture and lovely quilt too

  7. Kirsten says:

    Lovely photo – it looks like it is in a magical forest!

  8. Deborah says:

    Love the slant of sunlight on the quilt…..beautiful.

  9. Katy Cameron says:

    Hope she followed along on how to make a quilt now that you don't need to barter any more ;o)

  10. Carolyn says:

    Beautiful quilt, it really stands out in the setting with the roots.

  11. Sam says:

    Wonderful photo of a gorgeous quilt.i love the colours you've used and the quilting looks amazing.

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