Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Fall is Here, also Karen K Stone

Wheeee! It's really feeling like fall, and that huge moon adds to the joy. My neighbor's persimmon trees were loaded. I had a crew do massive clean-up in my yard. My barn quilt sign was hidden and is now prominently displayed. It's nice being identified as a quilter.
Karen K Stone was in Hattiesburg for a lecture/trunk show and workshop last week; her unique color sense is so exciting and her quilts were eye candy.
Karen's Indian Orange Peel


I could hardly wait to get started selecting fabrics for an Indian Orange Peel. Here's my first arc. Karen's method makes these much easier than they first seem. And getting to play with and coordinate fabrics makes this so much fun.



4 comments:

Tierney Hogan said...

Gasp, gorgeous! Enjoyed this post, thanks! :-)

Mary Henderson said...

Gorgeous quilt. I wish I could have been there.

hawaiilovequilts said...

Karen is a great teacher, patient and detailed. It was a great workshop. Thank you Karen.

hawaiilovequilts said...

Karen is a wonderful teacher, patient and detailed. The workshop was great - my next project wants to do her red Mariner's star - love that one !!