Seek His Light

Seek His Light Quilt  @singingwithbirds.com

Each Friday I feature my “Top 5 Hits,” and I almost always feature a beautiful quilt. Well, surprise friends, this one is mine! I used batik fabrics to create this scrappy basket quilt, set on point. I was visiting my mom who helped me select the fabrics and get it started. That will always be a fun memory for me.
It’s called, Seek His Light.”
Seek His Light Quilt  @singingwithbirds.com
I like the autumn colors, dark to light and the machine quilting.
Seek His Light Quilt back  @singingwithbirds.com
Hope you like it too!  Here’s to more time to quilt in the months to come.  Thanks for your visit.

About The Author

Renée

Renée is passionate about making and sharing ALL things delicious! Her happy place really is her kitchen where she loves whipping up memories with her family and friends. Raised in sunny Southern California she's spent her adulthood in Idaho, both sides of her great state. She's married to an amazing man, and together they have 5 children, who gave them five more, and now they have 28 grandchildren. So there’s always a reason to cook and celebrate around their place!

32 Comments

  1. Carol at Serendipity

    Gnee,
    Beautiful quilt. I love the Kaffe fabrics but my next favorite are the batiks!

    Carol

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  2. Red Couch Recipes

    Gnee — what an absolutely beautiful quilt — I love the center of it — the light. I love the name also! It is worth for your favorites on Friday. Joni

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  3. Debbie

    I’m impressed! I have neither the patience nor talent to embark on a quilt project, but I love them and think they are works of art. Yours is beautiful. I love the fabrics and colors. They give me the same feeling that I get looking at your Idaho pictures.

    And I love the name you gave it!

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  4. LDH

    Very beautiful! Absolutely gorgeous!

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  5. Erin@likegrandmas

    I am moved by this quilt. I love the look, but the meaning behind it makes it all the more moving:)

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  6. Pam

    I love this quilt! I especially love the name. You are a woman of many, many talents. Thanks for sharing!

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  7. Ann

    I love quilting and quilts and that first one is amazing–very similar to one I did years ago- a watercolour quilt. Its lovely.

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  8. Julie

    What a beautiful quilt! I’ve always wanted to learn to quilt. Love the colors!

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  9. Ellyn

    it’s beautiful!

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  10. mary

    stunning!

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  11. Allie

    Beautiful Quilt, I love how you quilted it.

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  12. Quiltbenaco

    E’ straordinariamente bello!
    Ciao Domenica

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  13. Lisa

    Wow! This is just amazing! Beautiful job!

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  14. Kay K

    Love your quilts …thanks for sharing

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  15. Tiffany

    Love the quilt design and colors.

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  16. Joy

    What a beautiful quilt!

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  17. Nadine

    wow. this is gorgeous. well done.

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  18. Dayle

    Oh wow! What a fabulous quilt! I love how the colors are muted, then brighten up in the center. I’m amazed at such talented quilters. It’s simply divine!

    Thanks so much for linking up today. I’m honored.

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  19. Sheri

    Oh my word that is an absolutely beautiful quilt.

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  20. Kathleen

    That is one very beautiful quilt!

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  21. Val

    Truly beautiful.

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  22. Jacqueline

    Just as I opened your post today, I wondered to myself, I wonder if Gnee quilts. Well, I guess you do. This is really gorgeous. I love the fall colors too. Is this something you are going to wrap up in or display? What talent, and thanks for sharing with us your fabulous quilt.

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  23. Carol

    Gnee,
    That may be the most amazing quilt I’ve ever seen. I especially love the meaning.

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  24. di

    Oh wow, this is absolutely amazing! What a beautiful quilt and the title is perfect. I love the Autumn colors as well, so warm and comforting!

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  25. A Gardner's Cottage

    What a beautiful quilt! Love the name as well. I found your blog through the quilt party. What fun! Have a blessed week end

    Nancy

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  26. semicrunchymama

    This is a stunningly beautiful quilt! I love the autumn color scheme that you used, and the progression of light, from dark to bright, is just amazing. You chose the perfect name for this quilt!

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  27. Kathleen

    I adore the colorways of this quilt. Being a quilter myself, I wish I could reach out and touch it. Beautiful job.
    I posted a wonderful quilt from Houston’s International Quilt Festival this week that you might enjoy.
    Happy Fall!

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  28. tinahead81

    this is stunning!! i hope that one day i’ll be able to make something this beautiful!

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  29. MessyMissy

    This is INCREDIBLE!!! I absolutely love the colors and the pattern.

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  30. Ashlee @ I'm Topsy Turvy

    what a lovely quilt! I’m making my first one right now. I hope it turns out half as lovely! Thanks for linking up to Topsy Turvy Tuesday’s!

    Reply

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