Vivid and Handmade

There is something very different when our everyday items are homemade or crafted by someone we know personally – that could be beautiful wooden spoons, ceramic plates or mugs, woven shawls, knitted sweaters, a special painting, or an expertly crafted quilt.

Here is a quilt I have treasured for some time now, made by a local quilter. She came to my house to look at the colors of the bedroom, took in the energy of the room and then sewed this amazing quilt. I hung the quilt over the railing to dry, after its first washing – ever. Its colors sparkled as vividly as they did on the day I got this piece of handmade art.


Ailsa’s Travel Theme this week is “Handmade.”

The WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge is “Vivid.”

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23 Responses to Vivid and Handmade

  1. Maria F. says:

    This is gorgeous, I love the colors and patterns!


  2. cindy knoke says:

    It is beautiful and so unusual!


  3. Tina Schell says:

    An excellent combo and a very beautiful piece. Great response.


  4. schuttzie says:

    How beautiful and it explodes with color!

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  5. Beautifully vibrant, earth tones yet full of sunshine.


  6. So lovely, Annette. It must have taken so long to create it.


  7. Paula says:

    Perfectly vivid 🙂


  8. Gorgeous colors! It reminds me of the bright days of Fall.


  9. jpeggytaylor says:

    Your quilt is magnificent – the colours are full of earthy energy – a wonderful work of art.


  10. I’m going to post a quilt also. Colors are so vivid now — we have lots of choices. Too many, maybe!


  11. lolaWi says:

    such vivid colors! it is beautiful 🙂


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