Tuesday, 11 September 2012


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.


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!!

Anonymous 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 :))