"Finished is better than perfect."
and the village one with the yellow border - very Tanya-esque!
That red and white one could easily be a Q4L quilt - some very nice ideas in it for heart blocks - love the sunflowers on the windowsill too
I love the little 3-D houses. Also the village.
How fun! I love the one that looks like it could be a board game, the one that looks like an island or maybe a country, the little free standing house, and of course the red hearts. Very unique. P.S. Already put my vote in at Tonya's.
I love the fall/Halloween quilt. The knitting witch is just a hoot! Thanks for the show!
The one that looks like a board game is the history of the Périgord. It starts with the cave paintings of Lascaux (prehistoric man) and ends in the middle with the new A89 auto route which links Bordeaux with Clement Ferrand in the Massif Centrale.The one below is The Périgord which is divided into four sections. Périgord Vert (where we live), the Périgord Blanc, because of the chalk, the Périgord Peuple which covers the Bergerac area (red wine!) and the Périgord Noir because of the black oak trees.
The second one is my fave. I love the little sewer at the bottom!
Glad you gave the explanation for the "board game" -- I was wondering about that, too. Really enjoyed the quilt show, thanks!
I love that last quilt. The colours really appeal. Thanks for sharing all the photos.
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