Monday, December 5, 2011

Cogs has a baby!

Baby cogs is finally bound and finished. I like to lay quilts on the corner of the bed. Doesn't matter their size. It's another way to get quilts out and seen.
Angela quilted it much like daddy cogs.  Simply fabulous!  Click on over to Ang's blog and see her new book.  We could all benefit from Angela's expertise and advice!
I hung daddy in the hallway gallery. It's fun to change quilts often. I hate to have quilts stored away!
Attended my first meeting of the Chicago MQG yesterday. All I can say is it's a great group of really talented folks. I'm so happy to be a part of it. I've missed my guild and I could tell right away that I was going to feel at home here. Can't wait for January!

32 comments:

Archie the wonder dog said...

Baby cogs is fabulous, I love the quilting!!

Lisa Marie said...

That is just beautiful. And your presentation of it on the bed is stunning. I LOVE it!

Sharon T said...

Baby Cogs is spectacular! You are so inspiring!

Debbie said...

WOW~simply amazing. Beautiful.

Laura said...

It is beautiful

Carolyn S. said...

What a lovely quilt, and excellent quilting! Thanks for sharing. As someone else said, thanks for inspiring, also!

Shanna said...

Absolutely gorgeous!!! I would love this pattern :o)

Deana said...

I may have missed it, but how are you attaching/hanging your quilts? Did you add a sleeve? Use pins/clamps?

Thanks!

em's scrapbag said...

Wonderful!

Debbie said...

The quilt is gorgeous. I'm blown away by the quilting.

Cheryl Arkison said...

It goes perfectly in that room! Lovely finish.

Poppyprint said...

I love those spiky cogs!!!
Wow, the CMQG logo is divine. Glad you made it to the meeting and have started building your Chicago quilt connections. I bet they are thrilled to have you join them!

Debbie said...

This is stunning. Did you ever find a few minutes (lol) to write the pattern? I've visited CMQG once, and loved the group... just a wee bit too far for me to get to but its a great group.

Marg M said...

Just so beautiful and the quilting is fabulous and like everyone else wondered if there is to be a pattern ? My niece saw daddy quilt and asked for the quilt pattern for her 21st. A quilt I could make (lol) while I wait very impatiently for you book. Hoping the pre orders arrive early! .

folksmith said...

Love the baby cog. sure would like the pattern. My daughter is graduating from high school in June and i'd love to make her this pattern for when she leaves for college in the fall. It's beautiful.

CitricSugar said...

Just gorgeous, Jacquie. I love the quilting.

Lili et Suzon said...

Superbe! J'aime beaucoup!

Karen said...

It's so great to meet you! You really are 'someone" ;)

Love your book...love your quilts.Looking forward to seeing you at our next meeting!

Elsa said...

Baby Cogs is beautiful and Angela did wonderful quilting.

Pieces of Cotton said...

I like the colors in the baby version much better - they're both stunning quilts!

Suzanne said...

Oh man! I love it and I'm delighted you found a local quilting home.

Joelle said...

love, love, love this- did you ever come up with a pattern?- I'd love to buy it!

Kritta22 said...

Oh my gosh! Beautiful!!

Where's Mommy Cogs?

Esch House Quilts said...

Just beautiful! I love those colors together - so soothing :)

aSprinkling said...

I LOVE your headboard. Where did you get it?

Merran said...

wow

emedoodle said...

This quilt is amazing!! And I must say, I talked to you for a while at the beginning of the CMQG without having any idea that I already knew who you were! :) Glad to have you as a part of the group! Nothing like upping the bar by adding a mega-prolific quilter to our group!!

Shirley said...

I think this is my favourite quilt of yours. You had mentioned that you might create a pattern for this, has that happened yet?

Paula said...

Love Baby Cogs. Colors are fabulous. Glad you are finding a new home with the Chicago MQG. They are so lucky!!

Mama Spark said...

This is beautiful!! Can't wait to hear from you!!

MulticoloredPieces said...

Love your cogs quilts, they're just very lovely.
best from Tunisia,
nadia

Lynn Koeppen said...

How do you hang your quilts that they are so flat against the wall? I do love your work! It is very inspirational!