Friday, April 17, 2009




43 comments:

Doris said...

W O W! What a beauty!

Amy @ Park City Girl said...

Amazing Linda! I love the movement that the quilting creates! Thanks for sharing :)

Andi said...

Absolutely stunning.
I'll definitely be checking out more of your blog!
Andi :-)

Zonnah said...

I love this! How creative.

em's scrapbag said...

Love the simplicity of this one. The quilting really makes this quilt.

Melody said...

Well done. Would make a great focal point for meditation. I love the colors.

highwaycottage said...

Wow, wow, wow. I love the simplicity of the colours, but it's anything but simple. Love it! I'm inspired by your work.

Minka's Studio said...

I can hear the surf!

Dolores said...

Very minimalist but very effective. Love those fabrics.

Robin said...

This is beautiful! I'm so glad I could see the details in the larger image-- just amazing. Wow. Thanks so much for sharing!

kangaroo said...

this is so beautiful; a true art quilt. what a great eye you have.

Nadine said...

You do beautiful work. I really love the french knots! They add such wonderful texture to this piece. Thanks for sharing!

Anina said...

Wow! You're a very talented artist.

Dr. Quiltmom said...

Wow, I love the simplicity and the contrast of your quilt. Many french knots? whew!

Janet Hartje said...

Beautiful colors! The stitching is great. those are french knots all along the beach, right? Stunning quilt.
Janet Hartje

Roslyn Atwood said...

A very clever quilt with such simple origins!

Quilt Rat said...

Awesome, awesome, awesome those metallic threads give the perfect little reflection. Great piece!

Heather said...

What a fun little piece. Love that gorgeous orange at the top.

Sandra said...

Aren't small landscapes a joy to make & don't you love Laura's handdyes? Thanks for sharing.
I hope everyone clicks on the pic to see all those great french knots.
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Anne said...

Oh my goodness! All those French knots! It definitely pays to click on the picture and see the large version of it to really appreciate it.

Kim said...

You quilt has a lot of impact, I could look at it for ages! Beautiful. Thank you for sharing it.

Micki said...

I love your textile work! I use a Babylock EMB12 to do my felting and have done landscapes and bags. I really loved your blog and nice meeting you in the quilt festival.
Micki

Bunny said...

Stunning. all the french knots add great texture and detail.

Kim said...

Very beautiful! Enjoyed visiting your blog and will be back :-)

Ariane said...

Wow! I love this quilt. It's amazing.

katelnorth said...

lovely - I can see why it's your favourite. Such a simple thing and so intricate at the same time. And beautiful.

Sara said...

Oh that is too cool! I really like that quilt.

Thanks for stopping by blog and leaving such lovely comments on my quilt.

Amy said...

This is both simple and gorgeous. I'm taking a color class right now and I hope I can achieve something as wonderful in my projects. Definitely a work of art to be proud of!

whoopdedoo_5 said...

This idea is so fresh! love it!

Susan said...

A very creative and very inspirational. Thanks for sharing.

Anna said...

This is absolutely gorgeous! I am interesting in learning how to create art quilts and this quilt is absolutely inspiring. Thanks for sharing!

The Pink Ganeshji said...

That is really a stunning quilt. I love all of the textures and the movement you've created. Beautifully done!

Pamela said...

Amazing the impact you got with just a few colors!

Mandy said...

The colours are wonderful. Simply stunning.

dee said...

The colors are just fantastic. Very nicely done.

Christa Irell said...

That quilt is AWESOME! I love how the quilting really defines what is what...

Cristy said...

I had the chance to meet Laura a month ago in a quilting fair in the north of Spain. I felt so sad that I couldn't take one of her workshops during the fair.
I love that quilt, it is gorgeous.
Thank you

L. Jane E. said...

Beautiful colors! I love it!

sewhooked said...

Oh, how lovely!

Ilena said...

Glad I read closely, each wave is another piece ~ amazing and beautiful!

Laura Wasilowski said...

This is beautiful! Thank you for mentioning my fabric. And Happy Quilting!

Jeannette said...

I look at your water wave, color light...I look out my window at the Pacific Ocean, wave color movement light.. Nature capture artist - you are.

Tracey said...

This is just so simply wonderful. I love the use of the french knots to create the sand.