From a private estate collection is this delightful cotton appliqué “Love Apple” quilt, to be sold as lot 429 at an estimate of $500-700. The piece was made in 1861 by the consignor’s paternal grandmother in Mt. Auburn, Indiana at the tender age of fourteen. A simple red border encases the applied, blossoming love apples,
[music] Hi. This is June from PlanetJune and today I’m going to show you a method for joining together pieces of amigurumi to give a really neat, smooth finish. I’m going to demonstrate using this Dimetrodon dinosaur that I’ve been working on. When you’re joining pieces together in amigurumi, you’ll usually join an open-ended piece,
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At this point we’re almost done with the decorating of the piece, but to me the most important part is to decorate the bottom, the foot of the piece. I think this is the side that everybody looks at. When you see a pottery piece out there, everyone picks it up and they’ll see the