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Detail of free motion quilting

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Category Quilting
Type Functional
Style Traditional
patz in suffolk on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? Pure cotton scraps; cotton thread, polyester wadding (batting).

patz in suffolk on craftsy.com

What are you most proud of? I'm pleased with my free-motion quilting on this quilt. I found a You Tube video on which someone demonstrated quilting flowers and loops and, after a bit of practice on a spare piece of quilt sandwich kept for the purpose, I took a deep breath and went ahead, including a few hearts as well.

patz in suffolk on craftsy.com

This little quilt is just SO cute! love the quilting and love the beautiful soft colors.

07/09/2014 Flag

Thank you - I was quite surprised that it came out so well. George is now coming up to his second birthday, so it has been put to good use for a while now.

10/11/2014 Flag

Another nice Baby quilt from you! Is this a dissapearing nine patch pattern? Quilting looks great!

10/06/2014 Flag

Thank you! I think I replied to you in the wrong box - my reply to your question is below (I think)!

10/11/2014 Flag

Yes - "disappearing nine-patch" is so easy and so effective that I've rather got myself stuck into a rut, having just completed five quillows (or should I say "qilli"?) for young children, all with the same pattern. Now one of my granddaughters has asked me to make yet another!

10/11/2014 Flag

Love your free motion, is this a disappearing nine patch, lovely colors!

10/17/2014 Flag

That is SO sweet!

10/17/2014 Flag