Saturday, May 22, 2010

Blogger's Quilt Festival!


Amy is sponsoring the blogger's quilt festival time! Today I can't find a photo of a quilt that I've made that I haven't posted already--so I am posting a photo of one my antique favorite Sue tops :) It was made by a local Pennsylvania quilter in the late 1920s/early 1930s. Enjoy!


13 comments:

Valentina said...

How sweet, how wonderful! thank you so very much for sharing!
valentina from faraway cyprus

Allie said...

Oh lucky lucky you to own that! That's lovely Mickie - are you going to quilt it?

Magnolia Bay Quilts said...

What an adorable Sue quilt! I love the sweet stitching on it. Thanks for sharing!

Pat said...

Don't you wish that quilts could talk? What a lovely antique quilt.

Barb said...

I love Sunbonnet Sue - this is adorable!

Beth D said...

Love the old quilts, thanks for posting.

Miri said...

What a sweet Sunbonnet Sue! Great fabrics and her shoes are adorable!

Chakatoria said...

Thanks for posting. Such beautiful artwork!


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Oddbjørg said...

What a great Sunbonnet Sue quilt!

Sandra said...

Hey Mickie,
Great Sue but I think we need an intervention ;-) With all the quilts you could be obsessing over in SE PA, can't figure out why Sue has cast such a spell over you.
Come see my antique quilt entries
http://utahquiltappraiser.blogspot.com
http://starleyquilts.blogspot.com
Sandra from AQS Paducah '08

Sandra said...

Mickie,
Beth D (see her post above)-has a terrific Sue a couple of posts back on her quiltdoctor blog. The Sues have layers of embroidered petticoats and are on point and there is warm butter gold between them. You'll love it.
Sandra

Laurel H. said...

What a great vintage top--I live in PA, too!

Eileen said...

darling old quilt--what a precious possession and thanks for sharing. it has an ethereal feeling to it. come visit my site: http://fligamapoof.blogspot.com/ i'm having a little giveaway this week