I've been taking photos of some of my older quilts to include in my website , also to review candidates for a space I've got at work next to my desk. Surprisingly I haven't got too many quilts that are plant related but I used images from books in Kew's library for these 'Blue-Green Algae' quilts from 1997. I entered them joined together for a quilt show at the time and had them on my wall in my previous flat but they've been separated for a while now - and stuck in a drawer.
I love the hand quilting on these, all in silk buttonhole thread my mum bought at an NW Branch Embroiderers Guild sales table - don't think I'd have the patience now. But the binding lets them down now - I've got so much better at it . So do I rebind them using the methods I use now ( I prefer to use a facing on the back) or let them stand as evidence of the stage I had reached at that time?