Thursday, September 25, 2008

I really have been working/quilting!

Really, I have! And here is the proof, in reverse order. This one I finished today. I quilted this one for my Mother. She made it for my sister Ann. Mary quilts most of Mother's quilts. She must be busy right now, so that's why I got this one to do. I used Fairfield machine blend batting ( they sent me a sample of this last year. It really is a nice cotton/poly blend) and Superior "so fine" thread.
In this photo, it looks like the 2 inner side borders aren't quilted...they are..it's just the light.
And this is a customer quilt...beautiful, bright batiks. Quilters Dream "Puff" batting and Superior" so fine" threads.

And closer...


And the back.



And this is another local guilds' raffle quilt. I used my circle lord to make the circles, and then embellished them.


Again, Quilters Dream "Puff" batting and superior "bottom Line" threads...top and bottom.
They wanted no background quilting, and those of you who know me, know that was a hard thing for me. But, I muddled through.







Word is that they were pleased. Lets hope it make them a lot of money.






My choice of course, would have been to do a tiny background fill to really bring those circles and butterflies forward. But, that as they say, was not in the cards. Oh well.



Still effective, I think.




They like it and that's all that matters.







So, you see I have been busy....not just loafing about!



Have a great night!


17 comments:

  1. I still don't see my quilt on that list of those finished!

    I do have one to quilt for Ann that Mom pieced too and no I'm not too busy to have done this one but I told Mom that I thought your quilting would suit the quilt a lot better than mine. It's beautiful - Ann's going to love it.

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  2. does the rest of your family read your blogs?? LOL .. hope it wasn't a surprise

    nice to see a post from you Deb .. GORGEOUS work!!!!

    hugs
    grace

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  3. I can see the future and there are ribbons hanging from that batik quilt!

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  4. Yummy eye candy! All are so beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. that's some truly spectacular quilting! the piecing on all of them is lovely as well. thanks for sharing all these pretties with us!

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  6. Beautiful quilting, Deb!

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  7. I just love all of your quilting! Looks like you have alienated your sister though.......LOL!

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  8. All three of those are just gorgeous, but then everything you do is amazing. I love the simple square border on that NY Beauty quilt and your quilting - what can I say that I haven't said before - just stunning!

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  9. I LOVE all of your quilting, Deb! The favorite are all the pictures of the back where I can see your quilting. Thanks for the show!

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  10. Wow Deb! I'd say you've been very busy. I love your quilting, thanks for a beautiful show.

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  11. Beautiful quilting! As always!

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  12. I will have to try that Puff sometime. Im getting that look with the qd WOOL, BUT ITS ALSO HEAVY..LOL
    yOUR WORK IS STUNNING, AS ALWAYS:)
    lyg
    g

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  13. Holy COW, Deb! You have been busy and it all looks wonderful! Wowza!!

    TerriW

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  14. Beautiful! Gorgeous quilting. Thanks for sharing this pics!

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  15. Wowza, Deb! Your quilting is fabulous! You always know how to make a quilt sing!

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  16. You make it real hard to look at my own quilting after I see the magic that you perform every time you put thread and needle to quilt. So beautiful!

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