These adorble hedgehog purses were made by a lovely Japanese lady that we met in Tokyo. I spotted her using one and speaking no Japanese I accosted the poor lady! Sae came to my resuce and after much discusion in Japanese we discovered that she made them (felted wool) to sell. Of course I had to own one and luckily for me Mutsumi's mum was coming into the show the next day....so here are my 'mother and daughter' hedgehog coin purses.
Mutsumi has a cute blog (which is in Japanese...but still worth a visit to see what other cute things she makes...
These wedding quits were on display in the hotel I was staying at in Tokyo, I got to take a closer look at them one morning. I love this one.
beautiful work and the quilting was amazing
This one caught my eye
Such tiny pieces and so accurate
The lovely double wedding ring quilt was made using so many shades of cream, if you peer closely at the picture you can see and the quilting on this was truly incredible.
I loved this quilt and in fact in this display it was my favourite, partially the colour but also due to the fact that my first ever quilt was this design (mine was boring plain colours and is still not finished).
Here is a close up of the applique work thats on top of the piecing, its so effective and very pretty.
There were several white quilts, this one had snowflakes quilted into it that are vaguely coloured.
very effective and stunning to see
Thats the end of my little quilt show for today x I hope you enjoyed seeing them.