Thank You, Thank You, Thank You. These pictures are marvelous!!! They blow up beautifully and the details... sigh... they're wonderful. I love those horses racing around the border on the original. I'm so inspired to get working on my blocks - to heck with Christmas sewing.
It would be so great if it could come to Australian for an exhibition. Melbourne first of course. :)
Those are great photos. I was just in NYC and had no idea the quilt was there! I'm glad you shared these photos.Very inspiring!
thank you so much for the pictures. I have been comparing the pattern to the original and especially the changes to the border.wondering what the original background is. off white? white? eggshell?I know the fabrics are aged but still would like your opinion since I am so jealous you got to see it in person!
hi deb it is hard to tell the colour of the background. I noticed first off how much green was used in the quilt. I am going back to nyc in january for the vogue knitting live and will take more pics then. Trouble is it is placed so high up on the wall. i would love pictures of the top of the quilt on an eye level. not going to happen. i will do the best i can.thank you everyone for your comments. k
WOW!! I am definitely doing the horses in the borders now - and with your photos, I can see just how much detail I want to add. Thank you sooo much. I am hoping to work on 2 or 3 blocks during my January holidays.
I have several photos I took of the original quilt a few years ago. Would you like me to send them to you?Susan
Thanks to everyone that is following our journey with the Civil War Bride Quilt. We love to read your comments and appreciate your encouragement...............