Monday, April 11, 2016

DIGITAL DOWNLOADS OF BALTIMORE RHAPSODY NOW AVAILABLE!


Baltimore Rhapsody has joined the digital age!  The blocks are now available as digital downloads on my webstore.  That means instant gratification and NO SHIPPING CHARGES!

The journey continues with this quilt project.  It started with me unsuccessfully looking for music patterns to make, which forced me into quilt designing.  That, in turn, forced me into pattern self-publishing and a whole painful world of desk-top computer work, LOL!.

The quilt won first place in the Bed Quilt-Applique-Hand Quilted category and Best of Show Bed Quilt at Sauder Village in Norhwest Ohio the week I lost my parents.  (Thanks Mary for taking pictures and picking up my quilts after the show...)



Next, it traveled to AQS Grand Rapids and won Viewer's Choice.




Then it traveled to AQS Chattanooga and won Viewer's Choice...again!



Then, it went to Shipshewana, Indiana.


Then it went to AQS Paducah...



Then off to Houston for the IQA International Quilt Festival...thank you Barbara for the pictures!


And currently, it is in Chicago at that IQA show...thanks again, Barbara, for the pictures!


I am hoping it comes home now...I have not touched it since last July.  It has been touring since Houston, and I am not even completely sure where it has been.  It is definitely better traveled than I am, LOL!

I appreciate everyone's support in this project!

In stitches,
Teresa   :o)


8 comments:

  1. Such a beautiful quilt and it has a long travel history. If only it could talk and tell you of it's journey and also the things said about it. This is a huge feather in your cap. Congrats.... Chris

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  2. Breath-taking! You have such imagination and talent.

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  3. I saw it at the show in Rosemont this past weekend! It is beautiful!

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  4. I watched a man look at it last week in Chicago--he loved it, all the detail! What a wonderful quilt you have designed.

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  5. Your quilt is beautiful. You are very talented. Love it.
    I also enjoy your blog. Hope you will keep on telling us about your life, ups and downs.
    Greetings from Scandinavia.

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  6. Your quilt is beautiful. You are very talented. Love it.
    I also enjoy your blog. Hope you will keep on telling us about your life, ups and downs.
    Greetings from Scandinavia.

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