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Obsessions - The Walking Quilted

March 2nd, 2011

Reason #883 why I love modern quilting - it’s the way many modern quilters are photographing their quilts in fun, new ways. Quilts being photographed out in the wild and hung by human hangers.  And I LOVE how they look like zombies… not a I’m coming for you to snack on your brains the walking dead, but a kinder, happier, beautiful I’m coming for you to make you warm and cozy The Walking Quilted.
Obsessions - The Walking Quilted
To all the quilters who give me my walking quilted jollies… I thank you!

A big, huge from all sides of my heart THANK YOU for the oh so kind comments left for me about my happy mochi yum yum strike-offs.  EACH and EVERY ONE of you made my heart swell with happiness (and comfort!).  I am at a loss for a word that goes beyond thankful, so I thank you all to infinity.  And beyond.

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19 Responses

  1. The fabulous Kim allegedly said:

    Love all the quilts with feet!



  2. The fabulous ~Michelle~ allegedly said:

    these do make me laugh :)



  3. The fabulous Jody allegedly said:

    Ha ha! Never thought of it that way before, but sure can’t miss it in a collage!



  4. The fabulous Thimbleanna allegedly said:

    You’re so funny! Gotta Love Pinterest!



  5. The fabulous Jackie allegedly said:

    No, really, thank you!! You are totally awesome! And I just Loooooove Pinterest!!



  6. The fabulous Kristyne allegedly said:

    I thought I was a hard core traditionalist until I watched an online video by Rossie. She totally changed the way I looked at modern quilts. I think I’m gonna have to make me one! (Is it possible to make a modern quilt with like totally girly, sweet, floral, shabby chic fabrics?)



  7. The fabulous Mary Ann allegedly said:

    Clever you! I never thought about the walking quilted zombies before….



  8. The fabulous Kar allegedly said:

    I too like to see all the quilts with their feet. Quite funny! Love your strike offs also. I can’t wait to see more. :)



  9. The fabulous kate allegedly said:

    Love it!! Now I can’t get the idea of someone stumbling towards me determined to wrap me in their soft, warm quilt… ha!



  10. The fabulous Karin allegedly said:

    If you could just head them all in the direction of my house…… :)

    Have a super-duper week, Monica!



  11. The fabulous Ricki allegedly said:

    Hahaha! They really do look like zombies! I love it!



  12. The fabulous Crissy allegedly said:

    GREAT analogy!



  13. The fabulous Michele allegedly said:

    Love it!! Why didn’t I see that before? Clever :-)



  14. The fabulous Heidi allegedly said:

    that is hilarious!! I never thought of them as zombies, but now that is all I see :D thanks for the giggle!



  15. The fabulous Beth allegedly said:

    HA! One of those is mine!

    My zombie plan doesn’t work if we are part of the zombie attack. DAMN!



  16. The fabulous Shawn allegedly said:

    Oh how I love all the new modern quilts!! Your strike-offs are so wonderful,as is your quilting Monica. Take the praise I can see you work really hard for it! (The love for it shows too)



  17. The fabulous Marie allegedly said:

    Quilts with feet!! I love them.



  18. The fabulous Doris allegedly said:

    Loved the post! Your imagination knows no
    bounds :). Please be sure to let’ us SCVers know where we can get some of your newest yumminess out here :). Care to open a shop out here. ;)



  19. The fabulous Deonn allegedly said:

    Hilarious! I’ll be on the lookout for the walking quilted, so fun!



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