Sunday, December 2, 2007

jude- changing scenery


i am reworking this a bit to integrate the new trees. i want to get this all together so i can stitch it this week on the commuter train.

10 comments:

jmbmommy said...

I just love that red house and the trees on a hill...it looks really great.

Gillian said...

The white with the greys is looking very wintery! You've captured the effect of a stormy winter sky really well.

Lively greens and touches of red-brown. Hmmmm...

Diane said...

Jude, I love the composition of your quilt. Rather than looking like idividual blocks and borders, you've very cleverly integrated the elements to create a cohesive scene. There is something special about your work that draws me in!

Quilt Pixie said...

the angle of those trees and house sure leave a real sense of being on a stormy wintery mountain. Great fun!

QuiltingFitzy said...

and...and...and...the fabric in the sky draws your eye all the way up to the top!!

It's just lovely.

Been working hard myself today, will probably post tomorrow.

KnitOneQuiltTooKristin said...

I really, really love how this is coming along! The house is perfect and the trees are wonderful. The background really moves your eye around. The lacy part is perfect for a winter quilt.

Lazy Gal Tonya said...

simply fantastic.

Kathie said...

this is beautiful....you have done such a great job with this. Wow love the trees and the snowflakes and the house sitting there is just perfect! can't wait to see how you quilt it.
How big is the quilt so far? curious about the size of the trees too.
the fabric you used for the trunks on the top trees is soooo whimsical I love that.
Kathie in NJ

jude said...

hey, right now this is 22x14, i am trying to make a quilted banner for the front door. i will add some letters to the top and bottom to make it a bit longer....i think. and a border. the talles tree is 7" and the shortest is 2"

Laura said...

Jude I love all the angles that are happening in this quilt. I truly looks like a scene from the alps. I love it!