Friday, November 5, 2010

Friday Flickr Finds - Hope Valley Edition

1. {love} you dresden plate by imagingermonkey 2. hope valley by izzy inspired 3. Floral Medallion blocks by twinfibers 4. Denyse Schmidt Hope Valley and flea market fancy quilt by capture1 5. Dresden Plate Pillow by That Girl, That Quilt 6. serpentes by quilt cabin 7. little house for Joce by Knitbug 8. Birds of Hope Valley by onelittlethread 9. Hope Valley Quilt by Fresh Lemons Faith 10. Baby-in-the-Hood Jacket by twinfibers 11. hexagon pillow 2 by filminthefridge 12. Pinwheel Quilt by Crazy Knitter

Since I've been working with Hope Valley on my newest quilt, I thought I'd post some of my favorite projects from Flickrland that use Hope Valley. Enjoy!

P.S. Thanks so much for the nice comments about my last post. Sewing gives a person lots of time to think, so it was easy to wax philosophical as I worked on that quilt. It's so nice to know my ramblings resonate with somebody besides myself! : )

1 comment:

randi---i have to say said...

hv is such a great line. the colors are just wonderful and i love the smaller prints! have fun quilting with it!

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