QUILTS & FABRIC: PAST & PRESENT

QUILTS & FABRIC: PAST & PRESENT By Quilt Historian Barbara Brackman Above: Moda's Morris Earthly Paradise

Tuesday, December 24, 2013

More Morris Patchwork

Ann Burgess
Morris quilt

You know many people buy the William Morris reproductions,
but few are bold enough to cut into them.

Chains of Love by Carolyn S. Moore

Carolyn made this as a wedding gift from Morris reproductions
in my various Moda collections.

She used white as the contrast


She had people at the wedding sign the blocks.
A great remembrance.

A Morris-covered hand for your jewelry from Etsy
by Pierr Morgan.


Stephanie Serrano made this jacket out of a Morris Tapestry Layer Cake
and a little yardage.




QuiltLizzy sells a pattern for a Morris Shoo-Fly.
Click here:


Wendy Turnbull combined the Twins Sisters block in Morris Modernized
with prints from my 1862 Battle Hymn collection.
See a pattern for Twin Sisters here:


Threadbear Embroidery has this nine-patch for sale on Etsy.


Michele Hill made a giant log cabin block

and stitched pearls around the center square.
See more here:

SewGratefulQuilts blog showed a quilt she quilted for Jameson
done from a Michele Hill baby quilt pattern.

It looks like the border and set fabric is from the Morris Apprentice line

Rebecca at Bewildery should be making progress on her Morris diamond patchwork.
Here's the start
See her photostream here:

5 comments:

kathyinozarks said...

Beautiful collection made with your fabric line
Merry Christmas Barabara-I so enjoy reading all of your blogs
Kathy

Pattyskypants said...

What pattern did stephanie use for her jacket?

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

Merry Christmas!

Malen said...

¡FELIZ NAVIDAD!

Barbara Brackman said...

Patty--Stephanies pattern is a snowball, well shaded. Just a nine patch block alternating with a square with the corners cut off. BlockBase# 1001.