Welcome to Deb Strain's studio...

Welcome to Deb Strain's studio...

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Sharing Your Wonderful Creations!

Hello Dear Friends,

Don't you love looking outside and seeing spring bloom a little more each day?
   Our woods are filled with the delicate green lace of new leaves in the trees.  In just a few days, little white flowers will cover the creek bank with patches of purple wildflowers woven in.  What a sweet time of year!

A few of my new blog friends have sent me photos of their beautiful creations made with my fabric and I wanted to share them.  Thank you again ladies for allowing me to showcase your talent!


This lovely quilt was created by Melinda, a busy mom from Michigan.  I love the way she has recreated the flowers of the "Fresh Flowers" fabric collection within the quilt blocks!  Melinda has a wonderful blog 28 Peppermint Grove
where she shares her talent and creativity.  It is certainly one
you will want to visit!


Sarah sent this sweet quilt made for her son, using my Love U group.  It is just what I envisioned when creating the line!  Sarah's mom ( a wonderful grandmother, Sarah shares) made this and did  an exceptional job.  
Sarah even sent a picture of the quilt with her cute little son.  I'm not sure which is cuter...the little boy or the quilt! What a terrific smile!


It is certainly rewarding for me to see these beautiful creations, made with love and the fabric that I have designed.  Hope that you have enjoyed them too!
Always,
Deb

3 comments:

  1. Lovely seeing what others made - I still have the jelly roll that I won from you but haven't gotten to it yet, I have too many works in progress but I will get to it soon!
    Karen
    http://karensquilting.com/blog/

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  2. You are so poetic Deb. Love your description of Spring around your house. It's finally Spring here too, the first wildflowers are blooming and the Redbud is budding :)

    Those are both lovely little quilts!

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  3. Hi Deb,
    I wanted to share a quilt I made with your Love U fabric. You can check out my post here:
    http://craftersnotebook.blogspot.com/2011/07/another-quilt.html

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