Kyoko By: Kyoko

Red berry in polka dot quilt

This is a custom order quilt from who liked my other red berry quilt. Able to be done as it's soft, and a little lighter weight for spring. I like it!

  • Amy S PRO 7y

    love the berries.
  • bloomize 7y

    Very pretty!
  • betty_whoosh PRO 7y

    This came out so great! You are so amazing
  • Kyoko PRO 7y

    Hi ladies!
    Thank you so much! Each of you are so amazing either!
  • LauraJ 7y

    gooooooooorgeous!! drool drool drool
  • One ShaBby ChiCk 7y

  • Kyoko PRO 7y

    Hi LauraJay :
    Hi One ShaBby ChiCk :

    Nice to meet(?) you ladies :) Thanks for the comment!
    Glad to know many people seem to like this quilt! Thanks again!
  • Annie Bliss 7y

    After years of fighting it because it seems so much harder, I think you've inspired me with these gorgeous quilts of yours to learn the art of applique... Your work is incredible. I'm glad I happened across your photostream.
  • Kyoko PRO 7y

    Thank you :) People always inspire me by their photos. I am glad to know I could do the same to you...
  • Sarah P dot PRO 7y

    The colors on this are so lovely!
  • Kyoko PRO 7y

    Thank you! It looks for spring, isn't it? :) Spring is almost here!
  • Carol PRO 6y

  • Kim Moyse PRO 6y

    very pretty!
  • Kyoko PRO 6y

    Thank you!!
  • Laura Lea PRO 6y

    It is wonderful, your berries, trees and leaves are stunning on your quilts!
  • Kyoko PRO 6y

    Thanks! I liked to let the red berries to stand out on the quilt :)
  • Jennifer Pellecchia 5y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called A Quilt A Day, and we'd love to have this added to the group!
  • Dream-o-holic PRO 5y

    Wow! This quilt is amazing! I am in love :-)
  • Charlotte Bolsas 4y

    Wonderful.. =)
  • Kyoko PRO 4y

    Thank you~!
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Taken on February 15, 2008
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