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Sunday, 11 April 2010

Cheltenham Museum Quilts 2

As not much sewing is going on here at the moment I thought I would post some more EYE CANDY, Well I think a girl can never have to much QUILT eye candy.
Some more photos from the Cheltenham Museum collection.




  1. Aren't they just lovely. Such pretty colours. Did you see Sharrons hexegon and Klosjes quilt. Now there is an idea.

  2. I love the quilt photos. I never get tired of looking at antique quilts. Thank you for sharing.

  3. I am enjoying this series of photos - wonderful inspiration. A hexagon quilts is on my "to do" list as I think it would be an excellent travelling project. Regards from Cairns where the sun has finally remembered us after months and months of rain.

  4. I love these photos. It makes you realise how many old fabrics have been reproduced.
    Very inspirational.

  5. beautiful, thanks again for sharing. I find pictures like this very inspirational. nothing like antique quilts to start my day
    Hope all is well and your DH is doing better every day.

  6. That's a lot of hexagons!! Very beautiful antique quilts!!

  7. beautiful hex quilts - thanks for sharing them!

  8. I'm a first-time visitor to your blog, and I see I'm in for a treat. Your love for antique quilts is obvious. I enjoyed all the "eye candy" you shared from displays or shows, and I see familiar names & blogs all over-- Jo Morton, B. Brackman, K Tracy, and comments from Kathie and Lori.

    I'm also an antique quilt lover, although that's not obvious from my blog and my projects.
    I hope your DH is doing better.

  9. These are lovely! Never hesitate to show us vintage quilts!

  10. These are so beautiful! I am very happy that you shared them! It is always very inspirational as well as breath taking to see quilts of old. Thank-you for sharing!