Monday, May 02, 2011

Jessie's Quilt Part 1

Miss Hallie decided to help with the photography today, thanks Hal!
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Well, I got my layer cake quilt back from the quilter and I am so thrilled with the job she did!!  I had her quilt each block individually and then do border work.  I could not be more pleased with how it came out!  It is for my niece to celebrate her high school graduation.  I took pics of each individual block to show you too, but since there are 12 I though I would split it into 8 now and the other 4 later.
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I thought you might like to see the quilting from the back (where you can actually see how it is quilted) and from the front, how the patterns I chose look on the blocks.  I am especially in love with the basket block.  Actually it was not my favorite block by itself but I LOVE what LTW did with it!  The second block posted I didn't end up liking at all...until it was quilted!  Didn't it turn out well??  I'm pretty sure I said this already but most of the patterns were from the Acanthus butterfly set from One Song Needle Arts (on sale right now!!)Of course I didn't take one of the entire quilt...yet.  I sent it off to QNQ to have the binding done (Can't call her QQ any more so is QNQ ok??).  I will take some overall photos once I have it back.  What's that?  You want to see some of the border?  Well alright then.
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You can see, I think, that LTW used varigated pink thread on the back, and just a light pink on the front.

I have more to show you but it will have to wait for another time when I have some more time to write.  I did manage to get a few other things done this weekend too and want to show you that as well.
I hope to be able to put this in Annie's finish your project challenge too!  How was your weekend?


11 comments:

Vroomans' Quilts said...

What a lovely quilt - the work is just sensational! She's made each block a piece of art.

Cherry Red Quilter said...

the quilt is gorgeous and the quilter is an artist! WOW!

grendelskin said...

Wow-WHEE! What great quilting, it's just sweet enough to match your lovely top.

Stray Stitches said...

The quilting is just perfect! Sets off each block to its best.

Crispy said...

OMGosh the quilting is amazing!! What a beautiful quilt!! Your niece is going to love it :0)

As for my weekend, we had an awful blizzard on Saturday and a sloppy mess on Sunday and I had to work....so not a fun weekend here LOL.

Crispy

Jen said...

Wow, that quilting is amazing! What a great gift!

rubyslipperz said...

OH!! I LUV your quilt! (I know your address....teeheee)Ya better keep it under lock and key =P

And, my weekend wasn't "sew-sew" like yours...it was more "so-so". There was a bright few minutes tho...a nice chat with a friend. =)

hugZ,
annie
rubyslipperz106.blogspot.com

moosestashquilting said...

I know I stand united when I say I wish I was your niece. Beautiful!! She is one lucky girl!

Gari said...

Between you, the block designers and your quilter, you have a beautiful quilt there. I went to a conference over the weekend and since I need to keep my hands busy during lectures I designed a quilt for my LCQAL. I printed the EQ out and now they will all go in the que for piecing. You inspire me to move it up the que.

Allie said...

Beautiful quilt, Pam - love the quilting!

Karen said...

The basket block is the best!

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