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September 12, 2010

An exhibition and stitching

Last weeks have been very busy, business as usual ... I've been working for two weeks now and most things are back to normal. I have been stitching on several things last weeks, mostly on my HAEDs, so it seems I have accomplished only a little progress. Maybe I need to stitch on something small, to have a finish now and then.

Holland Springtime is getting some tulips and crocuses, many more to go, but I'm in no hurry, if only next spring it's finished.

Here's my progress on Foregone. The hair is getting clearly now, even a part of the lady's forehead.

As Autumn is coming quickly now I thought I should stitch on Vibrant Vista again. Do you remember how I left it last February? Like this:

Now there is some progress, the house is almost finished.

Yesterday I met some friends at Deventer, we visited to a quiltshow together. We had a great day and a lot of fun together. Coming home I was very inspired to make the most beautiful quilts, but today I am more realistic and know most of them only get finished in my mind LOL
Here are some pictures of quilts I just loved. There's also a stunning coat, made by a group of quilters.


Christine said...

What fabulous quilts, I love the interlocking shirts.
Great progress on your wips

natalyK said...

I love all of your pieces but love the Autumn piece. Absolutely stunning.

Giovanna said...

Love your Holland mandala, as always! I think I passed that shop in Deventer this summer, but it was Monday so it was closed, pity...

Chrissie said...

Wow, you worked very hard Joke.
The tulpis are georgeos, and I think Hollandspringtime is my favorite too.
I am very curious about the Forgeon, what does it look like when it is finished???

Hugs Chrissie

Blu said...

Your WIPs looks amazing! The autumn one is very pretty.

too_busy_to_stitch said...

Great stitching - and what a fabulous exhibition!

Sharon said...

Oh my golly - such beautiful work you do! It's lovely to watch your treasures "grow". :)

Carolyn NC said...

Lovely stitching you have! And I love the quilting coat - gorgeous!