Quilt Spots in 2019

As you probably know by now, I’ve always enjoyed spotting quilts in movies and on TV, so it was only natural that once I started my blog, I would write about my ‘quilt spots’ on the big and little screen.

There are plenty of lists out there with names of movies where quilts are seen or featured. My quilt spot is not like that. It’s a review of movies or TV series I’ve watched, either by myself or with my family, where a quilt has appeared.

I don’t go out of my way to watch movies where I know a quilt will be featured… I know, for example, that ‘Stepmom’ has some wonderful quilts in it as does ‘How to Make an American Quilt’. Of course, if I do end up watching these movies again, I will mention them in my blog.

As this post is a summary of all the movies and TV series I have watched in the year, where I’ve spotted a quilt or two, it has ended up as a bit of a list – but if you would like some narrative or background to why we watched these films or programmes, what was spotted, and some form of critique, then please click on the links to read more.

I hope you’ve enjoyed following my ‘spots’ this year and invite you to join me in spotting more in 2020. Remember to share these with me by leaving a comment on my blog.

Here’s hoping 2020 will be full of quilt spots!!

Mel x

Quilt Spots in 2019

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society
A Wrinkle in Time

‘The Quilting’ episode of The Waltons

To The Bone

Game of Thrones, Series 1
Open House
The Book of Henry

No spots – visit to Mompesson House in Salisbury

Stranger Things
The Best of Me

Stranger Things

About Time

Quilt Spot Special: Thomas Hardy’s cottage

The Company You Keep
Dirty Dancing
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society
Sleepy Hollow

The Fugitive
The Firm

A Christmas Carol

Click here for a review of Quilt Spots in 2018.

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Melony Patch

Patchwork quilter into all things crafty and homely, and with an interest in mental well-being.

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