Cheri Saffiote Payne, Exhibition, Leanne Beasley, Punch Needle

Back to the show… :o)

and the Yellow Room….
In this room I decided to have a quilts with a little bit more colour… 
well….have in mind Stina colours…:o))
Some you might have seen…some may not… 
And I´ll show them anyway!!!
 ok.. first corner… I hung three little quilts made from a pattern made by 
Cheri Saffiote Payne
“Bless your Heart 1”
“Faith, Hope and Love”
These three quilts is some of my very favorite quilts…
they just are..:o)
Always makes me smile when I hang them…
“Bless Your Heart 2”
Next to these… 
I hung another quilt made from a pattern by Leanne Beasley
“A Quilters Journey”
 Another favorite…
And everything written is so true!!
Thanks Leanne for designing  such wonderful quilts for us!!
In a basket on the floor I had my  quilt made in browns, creme and pink…
Pattern from a Swedish Designer Tyger & Ting
“Old Love”
 Of course I had to have my little Punch Needle pictures at the show that I made for my Mom and Dad… for their 70th birthdays….

“Needle Punch Pictures”
Pictures drawn by my son Viktor and punch needled by me.. 
another fun mother and son project…  :o)
And my first quilt made out of a Leanne Beasley pattern… 

“Leanne´s House”
This quilt gave me such joy to make and it was with a lot of hesitation I had it out for sale… but I am so happy to have it sold to a wonderful woman in Scotland…
Hope she will find it as pretty in her home or at her granddaughters…
Just need to fix the label for her..;O))
(Note to me.. DO IT!! )
It is just.. that I need to make myself a new one!!!  :o))
Well that will have to be all from me tonight.
am a little bit tired.. no not a bit… VERY… 
not fully recovered from my flu and last night I thought 
we were going to have to build an ark… dont know how much rain that came in the storm last night.. but it was a LOT!!!
And the thunder… gosh.. I couldnt sleep a wink!!
So see you..


26 thoughts on “Back to the show… :o)”

  1. More beauties, Stina. I love the ones you made using Cheri Saffiote's patterns – they are adorable. I made A Quilter's Journey but have yet to make Leanne's House. Maybe that should be a new self challenge.

  2. I can see that Viktor too is talented. I really couldn't choose a favourite. I love everything you do, just keep doing it Stina. Hope you are feeling better.Shirley.x

  3. Well your talent amazes me! This was such another beautiful post. I really loved the faith, hope, love. It's such a good reminder:)Hugs!

  4. So much more beautiful work. I don't know how you were able to part with your quilt, but as you say, now it will be loved by someone in Scotland. You must be so pleased with how your exhibition went. It was all gorgeous.

  5. I love that Leanne's House pattern. That one is definitely on my to do list.What a gorgeous display of your work, Stina. I'm sooooo proud of you!

  6. Another beautiful group, I don't know how you were able to part with that sampler quilt either. I love the needle puncj pictures even more that I know you son drew the pictures.

  7. Where have you been hiding?I just saw your blogg for the first time. It is fantastic showing a lot of creativity. THanks for all the inspiration — I'll be back soon :O)

  8. Stina,You do really lovely work- I love the title of your beautiful quilt- A Quilter's journey- Aren't we all on a quilting journey..The lady in Scotland has one beautiful wallhanging to hang in her home. Perhaps you will get a chance to make it again.My friend Nancy sent me to your blog- I will have to come and visit you again.Regards from a Western Canadian quilter,Anna

  9. Stina…sooo beautiful! I especially love your 'journey…' quilt.Can't believe you could part with the Leanne's House BOM' quilt…the new owner must be so happy.Hugs, Julia

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