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Thursday, March 27, 2014

Laconner quilt museum installment #3


more from the museum, this one didn't have a note card for it or I lost it somewhere in transfer





this one has lovely embroidered motifs scattered across  it





 It also has a lovely lace border all around







 this pink robe was set out in what was the dining room of the house

no real detail work on it but very pretty seams
 note the extensive cracking and laddering as the silk has started to disintegrate and fade over time

this one uses many techniques for motif from paint to chenille





 this wonderful quilt by Sarah Brien is as whimsical as they come.




look at these as close up as you can they are very detailed


look for

 drawings



a boy in a barrel


paintings


fans


 patriotism

flowers







music

baby egg
AND mice made from apple seeds





 I'm sorry a couple of these are blurry but the piece was hung over an air vent and it flapped a little when the heat came on!










 upstairs was an exhibit of Sue Spargo's work





I got pictures of those that interested me the most

















sharon boggins has some lovely close ups of these two quilts on her blog













2 comments:

Marilyn said...

Wow, lucky you to see this all up close. Very excited today - we have a new member of our sane quilters group and she wants to learn how to crazy quilt. Even better, she only lives maybe 10 miles or so from me. Tomorrow I'm taking some of my work in for her to look at and a block that I'm not going to use so she can get started.

LoriF said...

One of the only reasons I regret moving to the east coast, is this museum...such a great place! Thanks for the pictures.

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