Monday, December 21, 2015

tradition

 
Some things are constant.
Some things are true.
Some things are traditional.
vintage cotton quilt, hand pieced and quilted, collection of judy martin
Traditions are about time.  They repeat.
Our experience of a tradition is different each time,  yet it is also still the same.
Pictured is a hand stitched quilt that was not made by me.  I found it in an antique store and like to bring it out at Christmas.

Thank you for reading this blog in 2015. Your support means a lot to me.
I wish you happiness as we enter this week of traditions.

12 comments:

  1. Blessings to you too, Judy, and thank you for your work, your encouragement of other artists, and your thoughtful posts. Trimmed my table-top tree today; almost every ornament has a story. May the stories you and yours weave this Christmas be ones of health, joy, tenderness and peace. :-)

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  2. Thank YOU for all the beautiful images, and for your inspiring texts.
    May you be healthy, happy and filled with joy.

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  3. Thanks for your inspiring posts and best wishes for you and your family, Judy!

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  4. happy turning...

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  5. I love visiting here, thanks for all you share Judy!

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  6. Thank you so much for all you share, Judy. It has meant more to me than I am able to express. So much beauty and graciousness and inspiration. Merry Christmas to you and your family.

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  7. Happiest Christmas Judy and to Ned as well... hoping you will have time with good friends, your beautiful family and lots of the traditions that make the seson most special for all of you..

    Hope to have news for you about MCOTW - Canada on the 30th/31st and I have a seat in the CEG London Workshop in June 2016 with Sandra Brownlee - thanks to your review posts!

    Thanks for all of the inspiration in 2015! Looking forward to what you will share with us in the New Year.
    Be well and happy!
    Bethany

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  8. Merry Christmas and a happy and healthy new year!

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  9. your blog touches me so deeply sometimes, thank you right back!

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  10. I am so in love with the red and white quilt top I recently found in an antique store. Merely gazing upon it brings me such pleasure and peace. And that's what I send to you on the wings of a blown kiss : pleasure and peace . . . and the flavor of contentment only stitching can bring. x

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  11. I love reading your blog and seeing your art!
    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

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  12. All of the best to you as well Judy!
    Thanks for sharing your thoughts and creativity throughout the year. Your blog is so calming ang inspiring to me,although I rarely comment l faithfully follow.

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Thank you for taking the time to connect. Much appreciated.xx