more quilting. . .

I quilted another vintage hand-pieced quilt top. custodia iphone x armor You may notice in the featured image how “wonky” the top is. DSC05000 Notice the border on the bias? That makes for a lot of stretch. DSC05002I pieced together a back using the available coordinating fabric I had on hand. custodia led iphone 6 But when all was said and done, I had next to nothing to trim off. custodia iphone 7 silicone gel Really, that’s cutting it too short!DSC05003 This is on the opposite side,DSC05004 Here’s the last side. custodia iphone 6 cartoni Not an inch too much fabric! DSC05005 Here’s the beautiful overall look. I quilted it with a chantilly lace pantograph, which is quite dense and really nails down the hand pieced blocks. DSC05013 I staged it on my guest room bed. saincat custodia iphone I really love this quilt and know the owner will love it too.

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3 Responses to more quilting. . .

  1. Amber Bastian says:

    Whoa, this is majorly cute, mom!! Nice work! You’re so good at breathing life into old pieces. They are lucky to have fallen into your hands… meeting their destiny and becoming a quilt. 🙂

  2. Gayle says:

    Looks like you did a great job quilting this vintage top – it looks SO nice displayed on your bed – LOVE the way you’ve displayed quilts on the old door – great idea!

  3. Sue Winkel says:

    Love it love it love it!!

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