This and That

Good Morning, Quilters!

Just a little something for Monday…

Several weeks ago, our friend, Peggy offered a paper piecing pattern based on “A Girl Sewing” by Victor Hammershoi.  Find the paper pieced pattern HERE.  (Peggy can also be found at

I thought you’d all like to see how quilt artist, Nicole Buckley, stitched the pattern…

(You can find Nicole on Instagram at saphre1964)

A Girl Sewing, Paper Pieced

Paper pieced Girl SewingLove the real needle and thread added to this quilt as well as the hand embroidery!

Paper Pieced, A girl sewingThe above quilt then inspired this watercolor by artist, Jennifer Rodriguez.  You can find her at All Things Belle or on Instagram at allthingsbelle.

A Girl Sewing, WatercolorINSTAGRAM

Also, if you’re not on Instagram, you’re missing the fun!  It is a very easy way to share your iPhone photos–(another way to share your Mystery Quilt photos!)

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It’s going to be a busy week here at The Inbox Jaunt…so get your work done today…and fire up the crock pot!


PS…The images in today’s post are copyrighted and used with permission of the artists.  Please refer to the artists for any use.

13 thoughts on “This and That

  1. How do I get on instagram? I follow you here everyday and love what I see and would love to follow you on instagram also!

    • You can click the link in my sidebar or google Instagram. I think its easiest to use from your phone.

  2. Hi Lori, I just signed up for Instagram and tagged you in my posted photos. I have been doing some of your quilting patterns on my projects and getting good results because of your excellent tutorials. You make it doable. Thank you.

  3. Thank you for the instagram link. I found it…..and what a great thing to have! I find myself trying to describe one pattern or another to someone — and now I can just show them!! Keep up the great work. Now I just need to give it a try myself!

  4. Beautiful watercolor, and beautiful quilt interpretation! I’m a little embarrassed to say that I still don’t quite understand what Instagram is or how it works. All I know is that the 6th grade girls at our middle school were posting suggestive photos of themselves on Instagram in order to get a lot of “likes” (from perverts, naturally, although the kids didn’t realize that) and the FBI ended up coming to the school. So, there are quilters on Instagram as well as tweens and pedophiles?

    • As with everything on the internet. Mostly good with a little bad! Lots of quilting and beautiful photography on Instagram.

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