May 1, 2010

A Case of the Dizzies: A Quilt

Inspiration comes from many places.  In this case, my husband's vertigo was the source.  He would say "I've got the dizzies this morning."  That got me to thinking...
The green represents that sick feeling one gets in their stomach while dizzy.  The wide rickrack trim is Pepto Bismol pink.   The black and white swirls create the illusion of the dizzies, of course!  At one time, my husband could not look at this quilt.  Now it hangs in the den where he spends most of his time!

detail shot

I'd like to know what inspires you.
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7 comments:

Flory said...

i love the intricate details...really nice. Find time to visit my blog too! enjoy the weekend!
flory

Susie Jefferson said...

My oh my, that is some quilt! Your eyes must have gone whoo whoo when stitching the black&white. Pepto Bismol Pink - that made me smile. Love it. This should be an official colour for when we buy paint.

Happy Pink Saturday from the UK!

Jane, Naples, Florida said...

Pat,as always, amazing!

Valrie said...

WOW such an inspiration there! Happy PS!
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She'sSewPretty said...

Wow oh Wow! That quilt is amazing though it would probably make me dizzy too!
What inspires me!! All the talented people I meet here! Happy Pink Saturday!

bj said...

Now, that is a beautiful quilt. I would never have thought to describe it as dizzy or sick....just beautiful! :))

Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

Wow!! that is amazing!