This quilt was made at a retreat a few years ago from the book, Strawberry Jam. This is the Argyle Sock pattern. I really enjoyed quilting this and love the border quilting. It is with variegated thread because I love the accent the thread gave it.
The center 4-patch is cut on the bias and sewed on with the raw edges so the edges frayed when I washed the quilt. Here you can see the border quilting better. This is basic custom quilting with the variegated thread. It is so cozy with a flannel backing.
I love this quilt so took lots of photos of it! I made this at a guild workshop and I’m so glad to have it quilted. It is on the couch now as a spring throw!
This quilt has basic custom quilting with a variation of continuous curve (more like a bracket) for the blocks & sashings and a meandering leaf for the outer 2 borders. This is quilted with So Fine thread which blends well with the reproduction fabrics.
One response to “Collage of Quilts I”
Beautiful photos, and truly amazing quilting!! Love that you added some quilts to the photo line-up. Will add this site to my blog roll, and next week will do a post about your new shop, if you want. Email me 😉