Be sure and move your mouse over the quilt for viewing up close.
Here is the link.
Here is a link that might be useful: the quilt show
Wow! Incredible work and what a fun series of treats to look for in the quilt.
Quit remarkable. I wonder how she found so many different dogs!!TFS
Thanks Colleenny, I forgot how to make a "link". Would you please share instructions for posting a link?
loved all the little dogs she used
Look closely, some of those tiny flowers are cat faces. Simply amazing work.
Shoot - I don't see the quilt you are talking about. Was it moved?
Krissie, to post a link copy the URL (in your case http://www.thequiltshow.com/ ) and paste it into the box below the message box that is titled "Optional Link URL" Then type what you want to show up as your link in the box that says "Name of the link". In this case, Colleen typed "the quilt show" in the box that says "Name of the link". Then when you preview your message, you should not see the URL code, you will just see what you named the link. I hope this helps.
I don't see the quilt either. (sad face)
I didn't see the quilt, but I did find a quilt puzzle which I enjoyed.
Click on the tab "See entire quilt".
Krissie, when you post a message, put the url address in the box underneath the message box where it says Optional Link URL and put the name of it in the box that says Name of the Link. Colleen
Thanks Colleenny and Lola99. Don't know why, but I have never paid attention to what was below the message space, preview, submit.
Seems simple enough.
That is really amazing - someone must really love dogs. In addition to the flowers and the applique, the outter border is pieced with fussy cut dogs. I don't think I have the patience to ever even attempt something like this, but it is fun to see what other people come up with.
Holy cow, I know I'm not seeing the little dogs quilt anymore because I'm late to the party--but the Radiance quilt is incredible, too. Thanks for posting this, so I could bookmark the site. Hee! What eye candy!
I agree! Radiance is incredible!
This link should take you back to Judy Mathieson's "Dog Flowers" quilt. You can mouse over it to see the details. What I like best about this quilt is that from even a short distance away it looks like a pretty quilt; you have to get close to see that it's dog fabrics. What a fun way to use those little images! This would work for any novelty topic and would be a great way to make a quilt for a child that didn't look too juvenile.