Monday, May 2, 2011

Find The Good

All the blocks are made for my spiderweb quilt so to celebrate I'm featuring spiderweb quilts in this weeks Find the Good.




I really like the way Katy used different fabrics for the stars in this beauty.




6 rows of spideys (2 more to go)By I'm a Gingermonkey




I love how the blue frames each spiderweb in this quilt. It really sets off the red stars.




004 By Taffy Jane-Des




I love the stop border and piano keys on this quilt. I'm thinking this is how I will finish mine. And don't you just love how fun the buttons in the middle of the stars are? Just makes me smile.




Spiderweb of Color By Stella Blu




I really admire all of Linda's work. She has a real gift for making things pop, like the way the gold in the centers of these spiderwebs.




T-Spiderweb Scrappy By Linda Rotz Miller




And I couldn't let this one go by without sharing it. I love the stainglass feel and the fabrics are gorgeous.




Spiderweb quilt By Lenarod8




Hope you enjoyed this weeks Find the Good. Make sure you follow the links so you can find even more good things. Have a great day!

8 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing these! This is the quilt is on my 'to do' list....it is great to see beautiful versions all together! Thanks!

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  2. I have wanted to make a spider web quilt for so long. Thank you for showing so many options.

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  3. Gorgeous!!! Stella Blu's looks a lot like the one I am working on. I love the button idea too. Hmmm.

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  4. Beautiful quilts! Linda's quilt reminds me of the station symbol they used to put up with the TV station wasn't broadcasting.... I guess I'm showing my age!

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  5. All so beautiful! Looking forward to seeing your blocks!

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  6. A wonderful showing of Spiderweb quilts Em! Lovely! 8-)

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  7. I really want to make one of these! thanks for sharing such beautiful quilts to help inspire us!

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  8. I really love the stained glass one too. to keep that effect I'd need tiny black everywhere between pieces - that would be tough. Maybe some day.

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