Friday, August 27, 2010

Hidden Wells


The first photo of a Hidden Wells quilt hit my mailbox on Tuesday. A beautiful finish from Kathleen. Wow girl you are speedy! As an additional surprise she send along a photo of the same quilt printed in black and white to show the color values. That's a great way to look at things. I have heard it before, but until I saw it again, I would have never thought of it. I am a very visual person, which probably explains the very long tutorial, so I really appreciate your photos Kathleen.  You did a great job and I love the colors. Thanks for inspiring me, and sharing with us all!
 I am wanting to make a black and white "Well" quilt now, and the thought of animal prints keeps dancing thru my head. We will have to see where that leads me. I am hoping to have the pink tutorial quilt finished up real soon. It is a baby quilt (hence the same color palette, that I urged you "not" to do) but it works with what I did with the quilt and I can hardly wait to share it with you. I am just waiting to get confirmation of baby stats so I can embroider it and finish the quilt.
This quilting community is such a wonderful and sharing one, that I feel so privileged to be a part of. Having never written a tutorial before, I put it out there and asked for feedback. Immediately I had an inbox full of postive responses, and a couple catching my errors. Thank you so  much for helping me thru the process. The errors have been fixed and I do look forward to seeing your wells soon.

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