Monday, April 18, 2022

Parsonsfield, Maine

 Don't you just love the name Parsonsfield? I have a friend who lives in a 200 year old house in Parsonsfield, Maine so we went for a visit. It really was the highlight of our trip. 

Paula is a talented quilter who has taught and quilted many many years. 
Some of the quilts I'll show here are made by her, some are antique and some antique blocks she has completed. She shared her antique block challenge with me, but I'll save that for our challenge reveal. 


Cute idea for an antique block challenge. 

Paula has me looking at border prints in a whole new way.

Incredible applique!

Here's a few photos of their property. 

Back of the barn

I'll be back tonight from my first in person guild presentation! Whoop! Whoop!


  1. Looks like a delightful person AND place to visit.
    Love the close-ups of the quilts, and the lovely views of the surroundings.

  2. That appliqued tree is amazing! Thanks for sharing.

  3. Paula's quilts have always been fabulous. So glad you were able to spend some time together. What fun!

  4. The quilts are gorgeous and I love the house and land. So special to live in a house that old!

  5. Looks like you had a great time. The last photo reminds me of one of Robert Frost's poems, Mending Fences.


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