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Friday, 14 January 2011

Pictou County Beauties

Just look at these beauties from Pictou County, Nova Scotia! (and check out their quilts, too :)

Anne Mattie (on the left) and Wilma Jenkins have been busily working on their Maritime Beauty table toppers. As you can see, Wilma varied the centre of hers for a terrific look, pieced in colourful batiks. Wilma and I have only met through email as yet, but I had the pleasure of meeting Anne last August at the Northumberland Quilt Show at the DeCoste Centre in Pictou. I understand these ladies have a couple more projects up their sleeves, so we will look forward to seeing more pictures. Great job, Anne and Wilma! I hope all readers will click the word "comments" at the bottom of this post to let Anne and Wilma know you have enjoyed looking at their work. You do not need a Blogger account to leave a comment, simply click "anonymous".

9 comments:

  1. I L O V E those....Pictou County Beauties..♥♥♥ Great job girls.. You inpsire me...I'm off to dig out My Karen Neary's patterns....

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  2. What beautiful beauties. I'm sure they will be a great inspiration to many. Love the center on Wilma's. The dark color (black?) really does the job. Looking forward to seeing more.
    Mary In Amherst

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  3. Great interpretation of an awesome pattern! Love them both. Way to go Anne and Wilma!

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  4. Beautiful Beauties! Love the center of Wilma's. Great job girls!!

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  5. They really are beautiful! Now to figure out how that center goes together! Love it!

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  6. I love them both , they are gorgeous , great job Wilma and Anne !

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  7. Great Job Anne and Wilma.. Makes me want to try and do one.. way to hard to pick a favorite. they are both gorgeous

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  8. Both are gorgeous, what a great pattern you've developed, Karen! I think I prefer the one with the darker center, but it's really hard to choose one over the other. Too bad everyone doesn't know how easy the NY Beauty is to sew!

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  9. My my girls, Two lovely ladies holding two lovely projects. Talent abounds within you both. You are an inspiration. Dianne K.

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