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Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Table Runners

My sister-in-law just renovated her Manhattan apartment and I would like to give her a gift.  It's hard to choose between these two new table runners.  The pieces of Palestinian embroidery were purchased from Maha who lives in Bethlehem.

Which one do you think I should give her?

Saturday, October 15, 2016

Big Girls!

Our twin grand-daughters just graduated to big girl beds.  I got right to work and here are the two matching quilts that I made for them.  One girl likes pinks and the other got turquoise and orange. Both quilts have purple in them and the same matching yellow trim.   Based on a version of the 4" square, I have created a new design, placing two squares together on each row, making a more dramatic and eye-catching design.  

Friday, October 7, 2016

Baby Quilt

Both of us were not able to do quilting over the summer.  So, now we are back in the saddle, and enjoying ourselves!

This baby quilt was made by Hana for a friend's new granddaughter.  It uses pastel colors in a pinwheel design.

Monday, June 27, 2016

Two pieces of matching embroidery

These two pieces of embroidery seem to go so well together!  Ramadan Karim to Maha from Bethlehem and special thanks for the beautiful embroidery.

Monday, June 20, 2016

It's Wedding Season!!!

One of my daughters requested a set of place-mats as a wedding gift.  So, here is a set of 6 quilted place-mats with a matching table runner.  I hope the bride and groom like bold colors!

Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Table Runner

This table runner is made with a piece of embroidery made by the Bedouin women at the "Desert Embroidery" shop in Laquiya.  They explained to me that the central element is called the "sheikh" because he is the center of everything in the community!  And to think that I thought it was a flower!!!

Friday, June 3, 2016

Thanks to Facebook

This floral couch quilt was made in the "coexistence" style, using a piece of Palestinian embroidery made by a woman named Maha who lives in Bethlehem.  I have never met Maha, since we live on different sides of the "divide", but we have become facebook friends!  When I want new pieces of embroidery, she puts up pictures of different styles and I can choose what I want! 

In addition to the embroidery, this quilt integrates the element of "building blocks" which are so easy to make and so popular as a quilting style.