Sunday, November 22, 2009

More Reproduction Quilt Bloggers

A few weeks ago I asked for suggestions for reproduction quilt blogs. Readers came up with many, particularly in Europe. I spent a lot of time scrolling; learned a lot, even if I couldn't always read the language. I now know how to enlarge a photo in html code and how to make a whoopee pie, a New England delicacy I didn't even know existed until last summer.


Here is the list:


One of the Mary Mannakee blocks from Deb's "Needles, Sticks & Hooks" blog

Deb's working on several series quilts including the Mary Mannakee quilt. To see what the Mary Mannakee quilt looks like (it's a signed album quilt in the collection of the Museum of the Daughters of the American Revolution) do an images web search for the three words Mary Mannakee quilt. Everybody's doing it.
Buy a pattern at the gift shop at the Museum of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
http://www.dar.org/museum/shop.cfm


Laurie at a Yankee Quilter:
http://ayankeequilter.blogspot.com/

Vicki and Jan: "Quilt Buds Share a Blog"
http://whataloadascrap.blogspot.com/

Jan in Chicago:
http://bemused.typepad.com/

Lori in Oregon:
http://humblequilts.blogspot.com/

Tracey:
http://decafplease.wordpress.com/

Priscilla's Workshop:
Here's a gallery of her reproductions. She's just finished the Bird of Paradise (Civil War Bride) quilt.
http://pws.blogsite.org/workshop/gallery.php


Reproduction from Embruns et Petit Points
 Mamifluer's Embruns et Petit Points:
http://mamifleur.canalblog.com/
See her posts on an Exposition de copies d'anciens in May 2009 (My translation: A Show of copies of old things)(?)


String quilt from Quiltfuchs
From Germany
http://quiltfuchs.blogspot.com/

From the Netherlands
http://www.jeanneke.com/
http://kijkdaaris.web-log.nl/kijk_daar_is/
http://prinsart.web-log.nl/weblog/
http://www.supergoof.web-log.nl/
http://lucyquilting.blogspot.com/

9 comments:

Lori said...

This should keep me busy on a blustery day for some time. Thanks for putting my link on your blog!!

Kathie said...

great repro blog list!!! a few I didn't know about.
Not that I can read but quilt pictures speak any language!
Thanks
Kathie

YankeeQuilter said...

Last year we made pumpkin whoopee pies with a cream cheese filling for Thanksgiving...

Jan said...

Thank you so much for putting Vicki's and my blog on your list. Can't wait to look up some of the others you've mentioned. You've made my day, and it's my birthday, so that's a bonus.

Chris said...

How can we get any sewing done when there's all this eye candy to look at!!

Rose Marie said...

Please visit my blog to take a peek at my quilt using repro fabrics. http://appliqueandpatches.blogspot.com/2009/09/two-down-one-to-go.html
My blog is not devoted to just reproduction quilts as I tend to make whatever catches my eye.
Great list of blogs which I will be visiting.

Deb said...

I'm thrilled that you have listed my blog on your site. Thank you so much. And now some new sites to visit - so inspiring.

betty said...

Barbara, I am so glad that you called my blog, I love your books and they inspired me in the way of looking at quilts and old fabrics. Thank you for that!
Betty
www.prinsart.web-log.nl

conny's quilts said...

Hello Barbara, hereby is a link to the site of a dutch quilt/textilehistorian like yourself. http://www.antiquetextile.info/
Her name is An Moonen.
Greetings from the Netherlands, Conny
connysquilts@blogspot.com