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Quilt on Osprey Nest

Osprey with Quilt

Nest building continues even after incubation starts. Both male and female this year are bringing additional material to the nest as they trade off incubation duties.

Inspired by AmysCreativeSide blogger festival,  I took osprey photos Thursday this week at a small lake outside a smaller town in a rural part of central Wisconsin.   Nest building continues after a really late start to the spring here.     Our locality is well known for its artistic and creative residents — and quilting is in the blood of many– and no wonder, with the osprey to inspire us.

This is the “Wisconsin Sampler Quilt”, designed by Meredith Miller and made by MaryJo Gerhardt.  Merideth’s previous quilt was used as a fund raiser for the natural lands set aside on this tiny jewel of a lake.   This time her quilt is REALLY helping out !

All in fun.

Osprey Nest and Pole

This nesting platform is 60 feet above the ground. The osprey have had successful broods here for the last 4 years.

For those in the central Wisconsin area,   please join us for an Evening with Victoria Findlay Wolfe —  only $5, as a treat from the Pieceful Hands Quilt Guild to all.

DETAILS:

The Pieceful Hands Quilt Guild of Waupaca is hosting “An Evening with Victoria Findlay
Wolfe” on June 25, 2013 at Trinity Lutheran Church, 206 E Badger, Waupaca.
Wisconsin. Refreshments will be served at 6:00 p.m. and the trunk show and talk will
begin at 6:30 p.m.
Victoria Findlay Wolfe is a well known Modern Quilter from New York. In November
2012 she published “15 Minutes of Play Improvisational Quilts”. She won Best of Show
at Quiltcon 2013 in Austin, Texas. In May she will debut her first fabric line through
Newcastle Fabrics. She is a designer of unique one-of-a-kind modern quilts. Her
process includes using every scrap of fabric she can find, sewing them together and
then recutting them to form unique designs.
Check out her blog at http://www.15minutesplay.com to see what quilters make with “found“ fabric.
Cost for the program is $5.00 before June 7, 2013; $6.00 at the door. Preregistration
and payment can be sent to Robin Doemel, N 1972 Shadow Rd., Waupaca, Wi. 54981.
If you have questions, please call Robin at 715-256-1623.
Every quilter own a stash of fabric and scrapes. This should prove to be an inspiring
evening for new creativity.

Merken

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6 thoughts on “Quilt on Osprey Nest

  1. We have an osprey nest on our road in the Northwoods…. so I was intrigued by the title of your post. Glad I came by!

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