Thursday, May 21, 2015

Huka Falls……

…..a beautiful waterfall not far from where we live.Huka Falls is one of the most visited scenic spots in New Zealand.

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When I received Sally’s bargello quilt all the colours in and the motion created by the placement of colour and piecing made me think of Huka Falls.

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All the colours of the earth, bush and water. I quilted with an all over ripple pattern, which really suited this quilt.

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Sally used 20 shades of green in this quilt. I don’t know how many intersections there are in this quilt but I can tell you I didn’t see a single out of line one. Wonderful work, a pleasure to quilt. Thank you for sending your quilt to me Sally.

13 comments:

  1. Gorgeous quilt and wonderful quilting on it, Linda!

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  2. Oh Linda, you outdid yourself on this stunning quilt! Sally's quilt is gorgeous and your quilting pushes it over the top. Thank you !!! ~ Christina

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  3. Beautiful colours, design and then the quilting. Years ago when we lived at Katikati, we adopted a rescue cat from the SPCA in Thames, Miss Tegel, found at the chicken farm. She wouldn't walk on grass, freaked out if she saw a man, so no visitors, wouldn't eat raw meat, even if chopped so fine, and was so anti-social, no patting or picking up. We tried for a while, then rang and asked if they would take her back, and that is when Hugh chose Felicity. Sometimes their previous life has made a new one too hard to fit into, but we all try, and even if for a short while, some happiness comes their way, that might be in their minds the best part of their days. Boris is a live wire, still very tiny, must weigh him again, and yes, great company for Hugh, and looking further ahead, a companion when he recuperates, as I cannot imagine him wanting to be still and take it easy as he will be ordered to do!!! Hugs to all at your home

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  4. Absolutely gorgeous. Im a big fan of Bargello quilts and this is one of the loveliest ones I've seen. Those colours are just beautiful! (and I agree with you - it reminds me of a waterfall too)

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  5. Huka Falls as lovely as ever. I do like this bargello setting and your quilting is luscious!

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  6. Beautiful quilt and your quilting is superb. I love going to Huka Falls, watching the colours, and smelling that fresh ozoney scent of the water.

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  7. What a wonderful quilt!
    Visiting from Sew Many Ways Linkup.

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  8. That's a gorgeous quilt and the Huka Falls aren't bad either, lol!!

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  9. Beautiful work on both parts! I love your machine quilting.

    Julie @ Pink Doxies

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  10. Beautiful - both the quilt and the falls!

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  11. Stunning Linda. Just love the quilt and your quilting really lifts it up again. What colour thread did you use, it looks great.

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  12. Spectacular - heavenly - great - divine - can not find words for how beautiful waterfall and green quilt is
    Vivianne in Sweden

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