Wednesday, January 4, 2012

The 11th Day of Christmas

Well, the Christmas season is drawing to a close. Only two more posts. :(


It seems like Baltimore Album quilts are ever popular with quilt history buffs like us, so I have another one to show you.


Julie Silber from The Quilt Complex was kind enough to send me some pics of one she recently acquired for sale.







Besides being stunning, this quilt has it all: embroidery, stuffed work, wool, and 4 of my favorite "strawberry" blocks. :) Here is a chance to own a piece of history! For more pictures and info, click here. And while you're there, be sure and check out her other quilts. They are the nicest collection of antique quilts I've seen anywhere. I'm in love with this "Circus" crazy quilt."


So, settle in with a cup of coffee, and enjoy! See you tomorrow.

8 comments:

Sue said...

I saw this quilt hanging in Julie Sibers booth at Houston. It is stunning
but would have needed a mortgage to purchase this one!

Janet said...

Just beautiful. The quilting is amazing too. Love the toile in the Circus quilt.
Janet

Susie said...

Wow!

Lori said...

What a quilt!!! The detail is stunning!!

Mary said...

The Baltimore quilt is beautiful but I think the Circus quilt is scary!

Taryn said...

That album quilt is just stunning. I almost couldn't believe my eyes when I saw it in Houston. I must agree with Sue, I would have to mortgage the house to buy it. Somehow, I don't think I could convince my husband to do that. :(

Rosa said...

It`s absolutely beautiful and fun.

Hilda said...

All I can say is "oh wow" and "thanks Lisa"!!