Tuesday, 11 September 2012

Inter-swoon

While I'm busy quilting more of the same, here's another look at the quilting on my Winter Windows quilt, which will be in the next issue of Australian Patchwork & Quilting (v21 n11) in a few weeks.


These are from the back - I'm so glad I used a solid which shows all the texture (and effort!) The photo above shows a single block (plus a bit), while the one below focuses on the motif created by the corners of four blocks.


I tried tracking the time that went into quilting this; I'll have to go back and see if I can find enough notes to add it all up. I wish I'd also checked a stitch count - something which I am doing on the current quilt. I noted my starting point, and as long as I don't sew anything in the middle, just need to remember to check again when I'm done. I think it'll take me just over the 2m mark.

4 comments:

Sue said...

FAB-U-LOUS!!What gorgeous quilting. I was put onto your blog by Linda of Flourishing Palms. She says you are her idol in machine quilting. I can see why!!

virtualquilter said...

You have a great whole cloth quilt in the making ... with a very attractive back!
Judy B

Shontelle said...

Gorgeous quilting!

flisa said...

Love your quilting :))