Sunday, September 28, 2008

Special Request

I had a special request from a very kind hearted lady who speaks hope and love to the lifes of terminally ill patients. Here is the 5 x 7 piece...


It is accompanied by a 2 1/2 X 3 1/2 piece that say's "remember".

My main computer that has the scanner attached is DOWN right now, and I have much trouble photographing my work.... thus the bluries... and the color is just not right...

I revisited the crazy quilt collage style for this and did enjoy doing the color and the embroidery... perhaps I haven't "moved on" completly!

11 comments:

Judy S. said...

Nice work, Cat! I'm sure she'll be very pleased.

Shopgirl said...

This is just lovely as always. It is so good to have someone request something that you can make.
Hugs, Mary

Julie Bagamary said...

It is beautiful. I like the somewhat random symetry. The embroidery is great!

susanna said...

Gosh, this is beautiful! I love the colours of the swatches and then your stitches...like delicate tigst and ivy. Good work!

Library Gal Quilts said...

Oh, this is so sweet! Love the sentiment and the colors. This is going to be a special memory. Pam

My Ladies Fine Designs said...

Lovely, your color combinations are always beautiful!!

Naturegirl said...

Cat I'm home now from my trip abroad and catching up on your blog!!
OMG...Annie has had a bad time of things I read!!! Thank you GOD that she is recovering and now sits at the window.WHEW ..too close a call!
You have been very busy I see creating lovely stitching! So happy that Annie is doing so well! hugs NG
BTW...love the profile photo!!

Maureen said...

Beautiful colours as usual Cat.

Julie Bagamary said...

Cat, I never received your mailing address if you want the fall hankie from the give away. It won't hurt my feelings at all if you want to pass. Just let me know. Thanks.

Susan said...

I'm glad, because I always like these little pieces that you do. This is just beautiful and seems to say "love."

Library Gal Quilts said...

Hi Cat, Just stopping in to say how is Annie? Thought of her today :) Pam in Chico