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Monday, September 28, 2015

It's a Girl!

We both have three grown children and it seems that we both have one who has expressed some interest in learning quilting.  Here is a first project by Sari celebrating her 4-month-old little girl.  This hanging was made special for the wall above the baby's crib.

Saturday, September 19, 2015

Wedding Bells

My cousin's oldest is getting married!  I hope they like this large couch quilt that I made for them!  It is made with the scrappy quilt design combining turquoise, purple and orange!

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Blue is for the Sky / Brown is for the Earth

This set of four placemats and mini matching runner were made as a gift for a very special somebody!  Don't you just love the blue and brown combination?

Jelly Roll Table Runner

This table runner was made with a set of pre-cut jelly roll fabrics.  Isn't it stunning?

We sell or give away most of our quilts, table runners, tote bags and placemats.  But this one Hana chose to keep.  Here you see it decorating her living room!

Sunday, August 16, 2015

Burnt Orange

This "coexistence" quilt features a large piece of minimalist embroidery that I bought from a woman who lives in Bethlehem.  In order to properly emphasize the embroidery, I tried very hard to bring out its colors by using sky blue and burnt orange.  I also used "building blocks" which is a feature that I've used many times before.  This is meant to be a decorative couch quilt. 

Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Blues and Browns

This crib quilt features 2 1/2" X 4 1/2" rectangles in blues and browns and greens.  The cute little circles give the quilt a bit of whimsy!

Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Palestinian Women's embroidery

I went yesterday with a friend from Boston to see the embroidery exhibit at the Islamic Art Museum on Palmach St. in Jerusalem.  The exhibit is just wonderful and well-worth seeing. 

The curatorial material on the walls explains the different designs, the fabrics, the different styles based on geographical region, and the colors.  Take a look at these designs!

In addition, there is a style of "couching" which is actually placing gold or silver threads on the fabric in tiny swirls and attaching them with tiny stitches.

Here are some of the stunning wedding dresses with head coverings. The beige fabric was used in the Ramallah area.