Triangle Maze by Teri O’Meara of Centreville, MD

 

This summer Margaret and I sold individual pieces inspired by scraps of many colors, but first the quilts (as seen at the quilt extravaganza in Oaks, PA 2013). The three quilts were seen before any of our pieces seen in this post were created. 

Above is the Triangle Maze by Teri O’Meara of Centreville, MD; which reminds me of when Margaret and I collaborate. I love leaving open spaces for Margaret to add color. 

Now for some star flower from New Zealand, which has a name that says it all. 

The Beauty of Recycling Scraps by Juliet Fitness of Waitakere, New Zealand

 And now a quilter from Israel says ~> let’s take away the white space. And the name is connected to a contraption that often owes its brilliance to scraps of glass.

Kaleidoscope by Edna Gilad of Israel

And now from our studios. Our most recent rainbow collaboration in which I provide the white space. Margaret’s first patchwork trivet. And my rainbow cross made from scraps of glass. Enjoy and may an object of many colors delight your eyes and spirit. 

A rainbow collaboration by Nutmeg Designs of Lansdale, PA


Rainbow patchwork trivet by Margaret Almon


Patchwork cross designed at the Jesuit Center in Wernersville by Wayne Stratz

 

 

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