A full view

Diamond block crazy quiltAs I promised in my last post about my diamond quilt here is a photo of the diamond quilt on the wall.

Click on the image and you will be taken to a larger photograph.

The ACT Embroiderers’ Guild had a lovely evening with the exhibition being opened by Senator Kate Lundy.

I will be back there on Saturday morning demonstrating crazy quilting for anyone who is interested. So if you are local and feel like some free tips look for me in the demonstration area at the back of the hall and feel free to say hello.

Today I start planing the next crazy quilt!

The back story

If you are interested in the back story of this quilt you will find it all in the Diamond block crazy quilt category

This series of posts on How to assemble a Crazy Quilt includes 

Online Crazy Quilting Classes:

Just a quick reminder for those who are interested in taking a class with me. You will find all my classes listed under the top tab imaginatively titled Classes online you will also find information on how online classes are run.

17 Comments

  1. OMG Lady … you ROCK!

    And this guys and gals is why I love Sharon’s work! Awesome is the word that comes to mind! Inspiration is what she shares!

    Good on ya, girl! Be proud … it is a work of art!

    Thanks a million for sharing with the world!

  2. Wow! That is beautiful! Add me to the list of those who say "thank you!" for sharing each block as it was made. I enjoyed seeing how much thought/work/time goes into one of these blocks, not to mention making a whole quilt.

    JustGail
  3. Sharon, the quilt is stunning! Oh I do wish I could be at the Guild exhibition to see both the quilt and your demonstration…I’ve learnt so much already from your blog and stitching tutorials, but to see your work in person would be the icing on the cake!

  4. Your quilt is gorgeous! Thank you so much for sharing your progress along the way. It has been wonderful to see each block and then see the finished quilt. It would not have been as enjoyable to just see the finished quilt, because we would have missed all the details of the blocks. It is slow art on the viewers side. We got to take time to see the intricacy.
    Thank you!

    Colleen

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