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Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Wrentham -- A Taste of Baltimore

 
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Background comparisons.

10 comments:

Nadine Thompson said...

Oh, Margaret, these are beautiful. Is this your work? I am definitely applique deprived. No time to sew for awhile. Nadine

Barbara said...

Beautiful. I prefer the lighter background.

Kathie said...

beautiful, oh so beautiful.
wish I could have come and seen the quilts in person
Kathie

Betweens said...

they are both so gorgeous I would not able able to decide.. but will warn you black is harder to see then the lighter color

Margaret said...

Yes, these are my first two Baltimore Album quilts. The ladies who visited the store were divided by preference. I just noticed from the photos that the blocks on the black background appear to be larger, even though they are the same size.
Margaret

Anonymous said...

The setting shows off your quilts beautifully!
JayneCT

Cheri said...

Wonderful quilts! I love the red border on the dark background.

Crispy said...

Hi Margaret, thank you for stopping by my blog :0) Since you are set at no reply I thought I would come here and answer you question about my Dutch Treat Block. These are all reverse applique and are needle turned...no interfacing is being used.

Your Baltimores are beautiful. I see you are working on the Mary Simon...it's on my to do list...someday LOL.

Crispy

American Quilter's Society said...

Simply divine! Beautiful! Can't wait to read more from you!

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1cala said...

This is truly beautiful, Margaret! Your handwork is stunning! I love it!
Carol in RSA