Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Pacific Northwest Meets the Southwest Quilt

My sister gave me 3 fabric prints a few years ago: the bear paw print, the totem pole print and the black bear print, which are native designs from the Pacific Northwest. Since I live in the Southwest, I decided to make 3 Navajo quilt blocks to represent the Southwest, while using the fabrics that she gave me to represent the Pacific Northwest. I added the tan, red and blue fabrics that I had as well. This quilt also reminds me of the many years that I lived in the Pacific Northwest too.

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7 comments:

  1. Daryl, when a creation apart from being beautiful, brings you lovely memories, then is something that is priceless ,your quilt is just beautiful, I love it!
    Thanks for sharing! Marisa

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  2. Great quilt. I love getting fabrics from other parts of the country.

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  3. That's a special quilt Daryl. Beautiful.

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  4. How beautiful Daryl:) I hope you and hubby had a fantastic Anniversary! Thank you for visiting and have a fantastic day!
    Hugs,
    Norma

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  5. That's a very pretty quilt and clever design. All those fabrics go great together.

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  6. An interesting quilt with a great story. You now have a memento of both regions.

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  7. This finish perfect displays your cherished memories!!

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