LADIES OF THE SEA
A design by Sue Garman featuring famous ships from history.
Started on December 25, 2012 - Finished ?
The Bluenose is a Canadian ship built in Nova Scotia in 1921.
She was a fishing and racing vessel.
She struck a coral reef off Ile a Vache, Haiti on January 28, 1946.
The Xebec was the piracy ship model of choice for high seas piracy.
The Elissa (color difference due to lighting)
Le Coureur 1778
The Hannah 1775
Chinese Pirate Junk 1807
The Oseberg circa 875
The Santa Maria, 1492
The Turk, 1750
The Greek Galliot
The Golden Hind
The first block (middle) of the Borrowed Roses quilt. The pattern was redrafted by Sue Garman, from an old quilt by Rose Kretsinger.
It was only a matter of time before another project would be added. Quilters will know it's not time to call the men in white jackets.
Lunacy is a quilter's normal when it comes to adding projects.
I've started work on the Shipshewana Blessings quilt. Shipshewana is a community in the heart of Indiana's Amish country.
The quilt is an adaptation of the quilt made for display in the town hall.
Note: some of these obviously have a problem, so they will be redone later.)