We think that a quilt, wall hanging or table topper would be a great way to celebrate the beauty and variety of fruits and vegetables. For the last two weeks we've featured quilts that honor the summer harvest, with colorful, ripe plums, peaches, tomatoes, carrots and more. We're also showcasing some luscious apples from a previous post. There's a style here for every taste, from traditional to modern, pieced or appliqued !
Above, Row 1: Simply Delicious by Rebecca Goldsmith at Piece O' Cake Designs. Row 2: Pearl's Garden by Pearl P. Pereira at P3 Designs. Row 3: Pieced Vegetables by Linda L. Frost at 13th Street Studio. Row 4: Pears, pineapple and apple by Laura Wasilowski at ArtFabrik. For links to our original posts, see the footnote*.
Above, Row 1: Vegetable quilts by Lonni Rossi. Row 2: Cornucopia by Elly Sienkiewicz, stitched by Karen Pessia; Apple still life by Ellen Lindner, Adventure Quilter. Row 3: Apple of my eye by Debi Hubbs at Art Blooms; Cider Mill Road by Nancy Halvorsen at Art to Heart. For links to our original posts, see the footnote*.
*Image credits: Images are shown with the generous permission of the artists. Patterns and/or books are available for many of these quilts. For our original posts discussing these quilts and artists, please visit the following links: Simply Delicious; Pearl's Garden; Pieced Vegetables; Art Quilts by Laura Wasilowski; The Broccoli Quilt by Lonni Rossi; and Harvest Quilts - Part 2.